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User Info: Valkassium

Valkassium
4 years ago#1
I seem to keep getting Blue Screen of Death, when I close down my Chrome browser.

It doesn't happen every single time, but it happens often enough to be incredibly annoying. It also doesn't happen to other times, only when I close Chrome.

Has anyone hear of, or experienced, something similar and may be able to point me in the direction of a solution?
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User Info: Valkassium

Valkassium
4 years ago#2
Bump.
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User Info: TravisCombs

TravisCombs
4 years ago#3
Time to get rid of the crap and stick with Firefox.
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User Info: Kosba_2142

Kosba_2142
4 years ago#4
TravisCombs posted...
Time to get rid of the crap and stick with Firefox.


Woah bro, we're trying to solve his BSOD problem, not set his CPU on fire from workload
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User Info: Valkassium

Valkassium
4 years ago#5
TravisCombs posted...
Time to get rid of the crap and stick with Firefox.


What incredibly constructive advice...
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User Info: greenyoshi46

greenyoshi46
4 years ago#6
davevalkass posted...
I seem to keep getting Blue Screen of Death, when I close down my Chrome browser.

It doesn't happen every single time, but it happens often enough to be incredibly annoying. It also doesn't happen to other times, only when I close Chrome.

Has anyone hear of, or experienced, something similar and may be able to point me in the direction of a solution?


Your computer probably hates you.

In all seriousness I used to get bluscreens when playing something using flash in chrome -.- It fixed itself when i updated my drivers.
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User Info: TravisCombs

TravisCombs
4 years ago#7
It'd fix your problem, will it not?
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User Info: Kosba_2142

Kosba_2142
4 years ago#8
TravisCombs posted...
It'd fix your problem, will it not?


Not what he wants. I'd rather face blue screens too than use Firefox.. its god-aweful
CATS. That's about it honestly...

User Info: phy2jsh

phy2jsh
4 years ago#9
Have you tried deleting and re-installing? Perhaps it has become corrupt somehow.

User Info: Reaper_Minion

Reaper_Minion
4 years ago#10
Kosba_2142 posted...
TravisCombs posted...
It'd fix your problem, will it not?


Not what he wants. I'd rather face blue screens too than use Firefox.. its god-aweful

This makes no sense because Firefox and Chrome are practically the same.
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