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User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
2 years ago#1
Last week my PC had 2x BSOD's each time I first boot up my PC. Then today I had another 5x BSOD's each time I boot up the computer, the PC works fine atm. The first part of the error code is "Stop 0x000000a". How can I find out what's causing the BSOD's?
GTX 780ti SC / i7 4770k / 16gb RAM / Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H / 840 Pro Basic / Seasonic X-850 / Dell U2711

User Info: phy2jsh

phy2jsh
2 years ago#2
Download bluescreenview and see if it points you towards a specific driver.
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User Info: arleas

arleas
2 years ago#3
alternately: download "who crashed"

http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

Either way, it's caused by your drivers.
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User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
2 years ago#4
I had another 5x BSOD's today. But my computer isn't creating any dump files. Do I have to have "automatically restart" enabled? I wrote down the BSOD details, which are:

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

STOP: 0x0000000A 0x000000000000000 0x000000000000002 0x000000000000001 0xFFFFF80003091C3F
GTX 780ti SC / i7 4770k / 16gb RAM / Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H / 840 Pro Basic / Seasonic X-850 / Dell U2711

User Info: TomNook20

TomNook20
2 years ago#5
Now copy and paste that into google and hit enter.
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User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
2 years ago#6
TomNook20 posted...
Now copy and paste that into google and hit enter.


Already tried that, nothing comes up.
GTX 780ti SC / i7 4770k / 16gb RAM / Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H / 840 Pro Basic / Seasonic X-850 / Dell U2711

User Info: TomNook20

TomNook20
2 years ago#7
Yes a ton of stuff comes up. Don't include stop and all the junk after it.
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User Info: lost_within

lost_within
2 years ago#8
Check your RAM...unexplained BSOD's can be caused by bad RAM.
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User Info: KURRUPTOR

KURRUPTOR
2 years ago#9
I was getting those errors a few years back. irql not less or equal. Google didn't really do anything for me. Tried a bunch stuff with no results finally just reformatted and everything was fine.
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User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
2 years ago#10
KURRUPTOR posted...
I was getting those errors a few years back. irql not less or equal. Google didn't really do anything for me. Tried a bunch stuff with no results finally just reformatted and everything was fine.


I've already reformatted, but still get the same errors.
GTX 780ti SC / i7 4770k / 16gb RAM / Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H / 840 Pro Basic / Seasonic X-850 / Dell U2711
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