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Hello all, i just saw this forum and I need help. I get blue screen all the time. Last few days the error is
0x0000000A
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0x00000005.
I am using Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1 x64.
i5-4200U CPU 8 GB ram. I dont know what else to provide as information but i really need some help. Thanks in advance!
 

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I'm just helping you post the required info. I'm moving your thread to the BSOD forum where I'm sure one of our analysts will be along soon. Good luck!
 

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Hi survivorbg,

There does not appear to be any recent BSOD events registered by Windows, note that this only means Windows was unable to record any BSOD even if there was a BSOD, this does happen from time to time. As such, I would recommend that you run the hardware tests in the BSOD posting instructions, because memory and storage are the common cause behind Windows being unable to record a BSOD.
 

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Hi survivorbg,

There does not appear to be any recent BSOD events registered by Windows, note that this only means Windows was unable to record any BSOD even if there was a BSOD, this does happen from time to time. As such, I would recommend that you run the hardware tests in the BSOD posting instructions, because memory and storage are the common cause behind Windows being unable to record a BSOD.
Yesterday i checked for windwos updates in control panel and there was 86 ... I installed them and almost 24 hours i dont have a blue screen. If i get another i will check the hardware that you told me and will write here. Thanks for the answer!
 
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