Like an old friend, but one you are never happy to see
Subject: General Tech | April 13, 2006 - 04:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Suddenly your desktop turns an alarming shade of blue, with white text in your system font, and the adrenaline starts to surge as you desperately try to remember if you have saved recently. The BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) is something you become very familiar with, and PC Stats hopes to make it rarer in your life, and give you more tools to deal with it if it does try to make you miserable.
"In this article PCstats.com will walk you through the BSOD in many of its most familiar
incarnations. We will not be exploring and cataloguing what each BSOD means, but rather providing
a set of tools for troubleshooting that you can use to get around any Blue Screen Of Death, or
constant crash issue. Just another step in PCstats' never-ending quest to save your hard earned
cash from going to the computer repair shop."
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