Windows 10: BSOD while playing video games 5 times in two days
I usually fix my problems myself (I'm a CSE major), but this time I couldn't after I spent hours trying to figure it out, so I really appreciate your help!
At the moment I am playing Fallout 4, GTA 5, and League of Legends, wanna join me? :P
Lol, I don't play those games.
What does CSE mean?
Please boot into your BIOS and let me know what the 3.3v, 5v and 12v values are.
Which video game do you play? Or is it not your thing?
Computer Systems Engineering, mostly programming and circuits, I am still a sophomore though.
The values are:
12 = 12.096
5 = 5.040
3 = 3.312
I'm mainly playing left4dead2, but I'm not really a gamer like a normal gamer. At least that is what my brother tells me..
What are you mainly programming?
Those values are fine.
Had any BSOD meanwhile?
I like Left 4 Dead, there are many other good games out there though, you should expand! You can start with Fallout 3 (one of the best games of all time, much better than the newer one)
Currently just studying the languages like Java and web designing languages (about 7).
Oh I am not home now, I am in the library doing some postponed homework, a lot of it :/ I'll play Fallout once I get back home in an hour and let you know if I get anymore errors!
By the way, I wanted to ask, do you get anything out of helping us fix our BSOD errors? Or are you guys just nice people?
L4D2 isn't the only game I play, I have about 80-100 other games. I have no reason to expand if it was the only game I was playing.
Happy people that have lost their BSOD's is all we want.
You should still play Fallout 3, one of the 3 games I think everybody should play (other two are Resident Evil 4 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time).
And guess what? I haven't had a BSoD yet since the last fix, still early to be certain, I'll update you if I had one, or non in the next 5 days!
Can I get to you in case of problems with fallout 3? I am planning on getting it, but I understand there might be some problems.
Good to hear that
Oh for sure man, I'd love to help!
If you're talking about technical problems, you'll just have a few if you play the game on PC like full screen, it's relatively easy to fix.
If you're talking about the game itself, ya Fallout is pretty different from anything you've played before, I can explain things if it helps.
Add me on Steam if you play on your PC, my username is Rivinis!
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