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    1. snooze

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      Hi everyone. So my problem is basicly that my computer encounters a critical problem and needs to shut down to prevent damage to the computer itself...
      I'm not 100% sure of this, but atleast 90%+, that it has something to do with Honorbyddy/gatherbuddy since this only occurs when any of them are running.

      This happens on my HP dv7 (labtop) with W7(x64)
      If anyone got a solution for this please help out, have google;d this but havent got any specific solution.

      I'm not saying that the bot directly is damaging my computer, more like.. that it collides with some other processes. My wild guess would be that when HB reqests breaksignals from CPU another processes asks for the same breaksignal, therefor the crash.

      What's a bluescreen(BSoD)? Read about it here

      Info after the crash:
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      Problem signature:
        Problem Event Name:    BlueScreen
        OS Version:    6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
        Locale ID:    1033
      
      Additional information about the problem:
        BCCode:    124
        BCP1:    0000000000000000
        BCP2:    FFFFFA80048B3038
        BCP3:    00000000B6000000
        BCP4:    0000000000000181
        OS Version:    6_1_7600
        Service Pack:    0_0
        Product:    256_1
      
      Files that help describe the problem:
        C:\Windows\Minidump\072710-22370-01.dmp
        C:\Windows\Temp\WER-29796-0.sysdata.xml
      
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    2. stiky

      stiky New Member

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      same problem here.
       
    3. projektt

      projektt Active Member

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      My computer had this problem. I did a roll back probably 2-3 times and it eventually corrected itself. Give it a try
       
    4. Kickazz006

      Kickazz006 Well-Known Member Moderator

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      BSoD's are almost always faulty drivers, or hardware.

      Start with drivers. if those check out, bios --> hard drive and memory test while you sleep

      I used to get them with an nvidia card in my laptop all of the time ... so I got some modded drivers to fix the issue (nvidia drivers kind of suck)
       
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      Zip and upload this file C:\Windows\Minidump\072710-22370-01.dmp i can narrow it down to a much smaller list of what the problem can be.
       
    6. snooze

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      I made myself a relogger and put it in the "automatic startup" folder, so when windows eventually started again the relogger would log me in and start the bot and so on...
      Alltho the BsoD sucked so I turned the labtop in for reparation ( got some nice sticky protein shake spilled all over the keyboard swell)
      Hope they'll fixe it in a week or so ^.-
       

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