BSOD rate increase while play DOTA 2


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    BSOD rate increase while play DOTA 2


    im new here, and i think you guys can solved my problem
    i bought a new PC and fresh install it with windows 10, then the bsod come it keep happening to my pc.
    then i decide to upgrade my windows 10 to windows 10 pro but bsod stand still.
    the problem is when i play dota 2 chance my pc to hit by bsod increase, when i play other games like WoW thats never happen, please help
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  2. axe0's Avatar
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    Hi senzaimon,

    Where did you get your key for Windows 10?
    I believe an oem dm activation doesn't fit with a custom build.
    Code:
      <ActiveProductKeyChannel>OEM:DM</ActiveProductKeyChannel>
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    my friend bought it for me, is that the problem?
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    Ask your friend then :)
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    axe0 can you explain that for me, and any other solution for me?
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    So far I know oem dm keys are issued by manufacturers like Dell, ASUS, Acer, etc., and flashed into the firmware (BIOS), or in other words preinstalled Windows on laptops usually.
    It is a little suspicious to see it on a custom build.

    is that the problem?
    No, it may be a reason for not providing support.
    Normally speaking, with Windows 7 especially, OEM keys that are issued by manufacturers for laptops that are used on custom builds result in a counterfeit installation what results in no support until it has been cleared up.

    I suggest to read the Forum Rules to familiarize yourself with it.
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