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Video driver is crashing (i think)


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#1 sidewinder1982

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 03:38 PM

Hi everyone, I think there's a problem when either my graphics driver or graphics card. Sometimes the entire screen will go black before coming back to life, then at other times it completely crashes and hits me with a blue screen full of text and forces me to do a full reboot. I think this happens when there is video content running in my web browser, but I'm not 100% sure.

I've attached a screenshot of the blue screen I'm getting. If anyone can tell me how to rectify this I would be very grateful.

Many thanks,
Mark

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#2 Golono

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:37 PM

Hi everyone, I think there's a problem when either my graphics driver or graphics card. Sometimes the entire screen will go black before coming back to life, then at other times it completely crashes and hits me with a blue screen full of text and forces me to do a full reboot. I think this happens when there is video content running in my web browser, but I'm not 100% sure.

I've attached a screenshot of the blue screen I'm getting. If anyone can tell me how to rectify this I would be very grateful.

Many thanks,
Mark

You are going to need to post up more information. It is difficult for users to help you if they don't even know your system specs. Provide your computer's manufacture, model #, internal hardware (if you know it), graphics card driver version, etc.

Use this as a general guideline when posting a problem: Before you post about a problem




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