God damn you blue screen!

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  1. GuitarGuy

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    I keep getting this bsod far too frequently lately!

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    So annoying! Any ideas?
     
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    Normally the screen content gives you a clue or windows can run a post BSOD analysis (I think it fires up after a blue screen when you start windows). Have you recently plugged something new in, it looks like it might be USB related....
     
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    Yeah what have you got plugged in USB wise?

    Looks like a system crash caused by a bad driver that's powering something plugged in via USB.

    Are you on Windows 7? I thought most things like that shouldn't crash Window 7 any more.. so they must be some shocking drivers.
     
  5. GuitarGuy

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    it is indeed windows 7 and i cant imagine what it would be :s thats really annoying tbf.......
    only seems to happen when i have my logitech g25 steering wheel plugged in and ive already checked, ive got the latest drivers :s
     
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    That's the culprit then.

    Completely remove the Logitech drivers and software, make sure you've removed all traces and rebooted.

    Then reinstall them from scratch.

    They've probably corrupted in some fashion.
     

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