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Thread: GigaByte GA-Z87-UD4H Bsod




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    Mohammed Younis is offline Junior Member
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    Default GigaByte GA-Z87-UD4H Bsod

    i need help guys

    this problem its killing me

    my specs ,

    Ga-Z87-UD4H Bios : F10

    i7 4770k

    32 kingston Hyper x beast

    Gtx 760

    2 SSD's kingston 3K 120 Gb

    windows 8

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    Default Re: GigaByte GA-Z87-UD4H Bsod

    So you are apparently getting a BSOD. But you've told us nothing about it.

    Such as, when are you getting a BSOD? Under what circumstances? Are you over clocking?

    What is the BSOD code? What is the BSOD error message? What do you find in the Windows logs about this error?

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    Default Re: GigaByte GA-Z87-UD4H Bsod

    Thanks for replying

    it could happen at anytime

    and no i am not over clocked

    and ram speed is at 2400 mhz but i disabled the xmp profile and set the speed manually to 1600 mhz

    my pc is still new i hv been using it for a month tried almost every thing like raising voltage , changing ram speeds and upgrading bios

    with no luck

    thanks again for ur concern :)

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    Default Re: GigaByte GA-Z87-UD4H Bsod

    You should probably get a tool that can read BSOD crash dumps(like Blue screen view). From the log files you can tell what device causes the BSOD or if it is a corruption in the OS itself. If crash dump is disabled in the OS , enable it. Very helpful if you can detail if it happens whiles your are browsing, watching videos or just idling or whatever you are doing when it happens like parsec said.

    Without that info there are too many things that could be wrong.
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