Diagnose why my computer is blue screening

Posted by Rory B.


New Farm, Queensland, Australia

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Tuesday, 15th Aug 2017
Recently picked up a custom buil pc- I wiped the hard drive reinstalled drivers and flashed bios.
I'm randomly getting the blue screen.
Need someone to come round and diagnose and provide solution for the problem.
also get my top mic port working and top headphone port working - without having to plug somthing into the rear port.

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Blue screen is usually bad RAM related. Also the front port header might not be plugged into to motherboard correctly.
There would be a slight possibility of getting there tomorrow afternoon.. but no promises
Cant do ports by comment... but good luck
Try removimg it and using the crappy onboard graphics for a few hours and if no blue screen... ya found the culprit. Remove clean and reseat and check drivers. Perhaps using an older stable driver for a while.
Sometimes bad ram can do this. Run a check on it and see what pops up. Remove clean and reseat first. Type 'memory' in search bar and choose windows memory diagnostic tool and run that. If this doesnt fix it the next most common issue ive found is the video card causing issues.
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