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  1. #1
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    Why getting BSOD?

    Hi,
    Whenever i change anything in bios such as the clockspeed OR voltage i get the BSOD after some time irrespective if it is ideal or working. Is it Vista problem?

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    Vista may be.

    Try some modifications in your Vista, see what happens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwidon View Post
    Try some modifications in your Vista, see what happens!
    i dont think its Vista OR Vista alone, i feel it is heat related issue since he gets BSOD irrespective of its state ie. working or ideal.

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    Temperature is OK. I will repaire VIsta if it happens again.

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    Hey undervolting anything whether RAM, processor or chipset will definately will result in BSOD or hang. Overvolting will cause in more heat. Overclocking is handled by some motherboards better.

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