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Great! 3RD BSOD!

#1StormKMDPosted 10/2/2013 6:04:23 PM
What's up guys. Just had yet ANOTHER BSOD. The first one was something to do with USB ports....the 2nd one had some Video problem, and this 3rd one (was playing BF4 using the beta drivers) have another video problem. At the BSOD screen it said "Video Schedule Updater" or something along those lines. And for some reason, this time there's nothing. Windows (8btw) didn't detect any problems. WTF?

What's up with my system guys?
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#2MonkeymagePosted 10/2/2013 6:07:14 PM
I blame the ACA raising the premiums on your IRQs
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#3StormKMD(Topic Creator)Posted 10/2/2013 6:09:45 PM
Monkeymage posted...
I blame the ACA raising the premiums on your IRQs


What in the world does that mean?!?
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#4DV8ingSourcesPosted 10/2/2013 6:10:20 PM
Could use a little more info. Right click the invisible start button and go into event viewer. Look at the critical events.
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#5MonkeymagePosted 10/2/2013 6:13:20 PM
StormKMD posted...
Monkeymage posted...
I blame the ACA raising the premiums on your IRQs


What in the world does that mean?!?


A little known effect of the ACA is that it is hardwired to increase the amount of IRQs in all PCs as soon as it went into effect on 10/1/13. It was sent out by the Pentagon's EWC division to discourage you from attempting to provide your own healthcare by using WebMD over going to an ACA-approved physician.
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#6StormKMD(Topic Creator)Posted 10/2/2013 6:18:59 PM
DV8ingSources posted...
Could use a little more info. Right click the invisible start button and go into event viewer. Look at the critical events.


Thank you. I went into event manager and found where the bsod happened. It says Source: Kernal-Power. Sounds like an OS issue? I just installed Linux Mint on a partition and installed the nvidia driver for it on there, would that have anything to do with it? (the video bsod's happened after I installed Mint).
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#7zxelmanPosted 10/2/2013 6:35:01 PM
Just gonna say that I have terrible experiences with beta drivers, and I highly suggest against using them. I crashed way too often when I tried them out.
#8StormKMD(Topic Creator)Posted 10/2/2013 6:45:07 PM
Thanks, I think that may be the problem. Gonna revert to the official one.
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#9wizardmonPosted 10/2/2013 7:23:17 PM
Kernal power? StormKMD posted...
DV8ingSources posted...
Could use a little more info. Right click the invisible start button and go into event viewer. Look at the critical events.


Thank you. I went into event manager and found where the bsod happened. It says Source: Kernal-Power. Sounds like an OS issue? I just installed Linux Mint on a partition and installed the nvidia driver for it on there, would that have anything to do with it? (the video bsod's happened after I installed Mint).


Software driver conflict, sometimes related to Realtek audio drivers/beta graphics drivers (which don't always play nice), and some other softwares. I've personally witnessed a few of these errors pop up while running iTunes with a generic Dynex gigabit Ethernet card on my own PC.
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