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Whenever I play a game after playing for maybe 10mins my pc either freezes or I get blue screen with a different error message each time my pc is also struggling to boot up like it makes the noise of booting up then just lags and makes the noise again like it can't start


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Does this screenshot mean anything? It says i don't have certain drivers would that be the problem? And how would I get the drivers?

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This might be a silly question, but do you have your motherboard drivers installed? If so check them and make sure they don't have the little yellow caution sign beside them under device manager. And if that's not the case, take off your side panel and look at the capacitors on the motherboard to see if they are blown.
You also said that your pc is struggling to start up. Is that when you are logging in, or after you logged in and waiting for everything to load? That could be your services jacked up.
The last guess of mine is that it could be possible your hard drive. There are some bootable programs out there that will run a scan to tell you that.

That's the only trouble shoot options I got for you with out actually seeing the computer for my self. Hope it helps!
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TTG-Cashew wroteThis might be a silly question, but do you have your motherboard drivers installed? If so check them and make sure they don't have the little yellow caution sign beside them under device manager. And if that's not the case, take off your side panel and look at the capacitors on the motherboard to see if they are blown.
You also said that your pc is struggling to start up. Is that when you are logging in, or after you logged in and waiting for everything to load? That could be your services jacked up.
The last guess of mine is that it could be possible your hard drive. There are some bootable programs out there that will run a scan to tell you that.

That's the only trouble shoot options I got for you with out actually seeing the computer for my self. Hope it helps!
I never installed the motherboard drivers so I did that and my computer worked fine for a day and now it just freezes and sometimes blue screens
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Use [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] to get the dump of the blue screens and post them here so we can see. Also get a screenshot of device manager so we can see what drivers you are missing.

What motherboard are using?
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Dan- wroteUse [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] to get the dump of the blue screens and post them here so we can see. Also get a screenshot of device manager so we can see what drivers you are missing.

What motherboard are using?


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thats what its saying but i dont know how to install the driver its asking? when i click the link it just takes me to google could try to find me a link for what its asking?

my motherboard is MSI B250M PRO-VDH

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First things, get this running and uninstall the graphics driver using DDU. [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]

Once done, download the correct drivers from Nvidia's website and reinstall them. That should eliminate the graphics driver from being the problem.

See if your system continues to blue screen, if so, screenshot the latest one and post it here using WhoCrashed.
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Dan- wroteFirst things, get this running and uninstall the graphics driver using DDU. [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]

Once done, download the correct drivers from Nvidia's website and reinstall them. That should eliminate the graphics driver from being the problem.

See if your system continues to blue screen, if so, screenshot the latest one and post it here using WhoCrashed.
im currently using the newest nvidia driver 385.41 thats the newest driver that geforce experience downloaded what version should install?
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Use the latest drivers but use DDU to completely uninstall the current one you have. Then install the latest driver.
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Dan- wroteUse the latest drivers but use DDU to completely uninstall the current one you have. Then install the latest driver.
okay thanks for the help im installing the driver now ill let you know if i still get blue screens
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Clipz_HD wrote
Dan- wroteUse the latest drivers but use DDU to completely uninstall the current one you have. Then install the latest driver.
okay thanks for the help im installing the driver now ill let you know if i still get blue screens


worked fine after i installed the driver then the next day i came on and insta blue screen

here is the who crashed

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i have no clue what to do
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