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Join Date: Jul 2011
Re: Getting BSOD with MSI G41M-P21
Originally Posted by Quasim
Also, if you had installed any application recently better remove it from your system because this can be the cause behind this too. Other than this you can also try by restoring your computer to some earlier date when that was working well. Let me know the results once you are done with these.
Exactly. There could be many reasons for BSOD and any recent changes in the system is one of them. As already mentioned in earlier post that some of the software otherwise drivers that you have installed in your computer is having problem and they are leading to have BSOD. It is very important to check when it happens exactly (for example when launch any program installed recently) because that will give you clue.
One reason behind this could also be any changes made in your hardwares recently, like you removed or installed any new hardware in your system. If it is so, undo that changes. Another reason for BSODs could be your RAM. So remove the RAM, check if it is working properly by putting it in any another computer or simply try changing the RAM slots after cleaning them with good eraser.