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Random Freezing

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Yoreki, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. Yoreki

    Yoreki Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    My computer has been seemingly randomly freezing. The screen freezes, audio cuts, but the fans and PC hardware appear to keep running. My only option is to hard reset the system. This problem can not happen for weeks, or occur twice within the same hour like last night. It seems to have only happened while I am gaming (League of Legends), but I am unsure if this is simply coincidence. Upon rebooting, after a screen or two of dos text, the screen will sometimes show streaks of white pixels that flash on and off - sometimes the machine will get stuck like this, other times it continues to boot into windows. Last night the graphics problem persisted after booting into windows, appearing like this (but not flashing):


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    Correctly shutting down the system and powering on fixed the problem for the time.

    My event log has shown some indications of errors syncing with these crashes. At first my issues coincided with this thread, specifically post #3. I attempted the deleting of EppOobe.etl and didn't have problems for about 3 weeks, but its now happened 3 times in the past 2 days. If I should post my event viewer log, or some other information, please let me know and point me towards a guide on how to do so if possible.

    This is causing me a lot of trouble. I hope someone can help. Thanks.
     
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