Posted 10 May 2011 - 09:45 PM
A BSOD is caused by a hardware problem, if you are using a USB keyboard, it is entirely possible the USB port has a fault (Like a short), it is also possible it is a fault in your usb controller. The same can be said for a ps/2 keyboard. Can you try using another kind of keyboard? ps/2 if you are currently using a USB (I would try swapping usb ports first if this is the case) or a usb keyboard if you are using ps/2 keyboard.
If it is only that forum, there may be a component to it that is causing an issue, such as something causing you to hit a bad spot on your ram that you don't usually use. Before you consider anything like this however, I would try my first suggestion.
Edited by ryladine, 10 May 2011 - 09:51 PM.
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