By stensland
Sep 21, 2010
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  1. So I came into work the other day and my former boss had a PC labeled BSOD on ocassion. However he didn't leave any remarks on what was causing it and i can't get in contact with him right now. I did a scan on the registry and found some 300 errors and since that the machine has been fine. Is there any way I can look back on a log and see what caused the BSOD. As a reference the PC is a Windows 7 Home I believe.
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