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My PC froze

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#1 Bellzemos


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Posted 22 February 2013 - 01:12 PM


My PC (Windows 7, laptop) froze yesterday, just out of the blue. The PC was in idle state, except for Winamp (a song was playing). It froze on the 14th second of the song. The PC is in perfect shape, no malware, no anomalies. So, the PC froze and nothing helped, no Ctrl+Alt+Del, nothing. I had to reset it manually. There was no BSOD, so there is no minidump. Is there a way to see what caused this? Like a log file of some sort or anything?

Thank you!

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