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Windows 7 has shutdown due to unexpected error


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#1 macattack03

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 09:09 PM

I can't seem to figure this one out and I've searched high and low for a solution.

 

I just built a brand new computer Windows 7 pro x 64bit   8 gb ram intel Core 7 i7-3930k CPU

I'm running two sata hard drives 1TB each and a basic DVD RW drive.

 

Nothing to fancy for the video card AMD Radeo HD 6450

 

I've updated all the drivers, ran windows updates, done the usual with flash, java,directx but I keep encountering an error when my computer is sitting idle I come back to your computer has shutdown to an unexpected error bc code d1 and I loose my internet connection with my USB Wireless Linksys AE1200 Dual N network adapter. I'm not sure why this is happening I have to remove the device and plug it back in each time to get it to reconnect to the internet because its completely gone from the computer when this takes place like the computer isn't detecting it. I've plugged into a different usb plug thinking its something with the Gigabyte MB but its doing it no matter where its plugged in. So i just recently downloaded the updated drivers directly from linksys and came back a few hours later just to have the same thing. Please provide some suggestions thanks for all your input.

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