BSOD to be no more and will be a GSOD

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Ever since i upgraded to a much better Psu iv never had a bluescreen for many years now, years ago i had those quad rail psu that was only 20amps so most times when i played a game it would bluescreen, when i played crysis 2 at the start of that game my psu actually popped, now iv got the xfx core edition 850w with 70amps on 12v single rail
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Pretty sure a Microsoft employee confirmed on reddit it's so they can distinguish insider from non-insider builds because people keep posting BSOD's of insider builds on public forums.
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Oh, yet another great and very useful change from our beloved Microsoft. How lovely.
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Rip bsod 🙁
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For some weird reason my brains are saying Green Shield of Death lol.
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From what i read this is only in Test Versions of Windows 10.
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I have not seen one single BSOD since Win7. I'm not joking. Not one. Prior to that, on xp it would happen occasionally. But never ever got one on Win7 and the same on Win 10
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Ehhh there's so many things that can cause BSODs. In my case they were mostly video card / drivers related.
Drivers don't cause BSODs, only hardware does that. Drivers can perhaps expose a weakness in hardware but since Win7 no driver or anything else for that matter has every caused me a BSOD as I said above. So if you're still experiencing BSODS something is wrong. It shouldn't happen unless you're OC'ing past the point of OS stability.
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Drivers don't cause BSODs, only hardware does that. Drivers can perhaps expose a weakness in hardware but since Win7 no driver or anything else for that matter has every caused me a BSOD as I said above. So if you're still experiencing BSODS something is wrong. It shouldn't happen unless you're OC'ing past the point of OS stability.
Drivers are indeed primary reason. Still could be Accent Color Screen of Death. Green could have been accent color.
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subtle.
Green can communicate safety to proceed, as in traffic lights Today green lights universally signal that a system is turned on and working as it should. In many video games, green signifies both health and completed objectives, opposite red.
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"How to fix every BSOD"
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sure why not, crashes will always hit no matter what so after that disgusting and so common to our eyes blue a different color is better. Green always has a positive psycho-warm "vibe" so I think this is the only reason.
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Bravo micro$oft! Like Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin... used to say (allegedly): "where the people are, there are the problems, remove the people, and you removed the problems". So, this is where the new era absolutist, so-called Big Bad Bill comes in: no more BSOD - issue resolved. How? Well, simply removed, deleted, erased. Now we only have to worry about GSOD (Gomorrah and Sodom Oh Dear), but that's another story... Is it?
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The last BSOD that I got was after I upgraded the RAM in my desktop from 16Gb to 32Gb. Before that it has been a while.
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I still get a BSOD from time to time, monthly couple of times. Been using heavily overclocked system so im not surprised. Im gonna miss that. 😀
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Eww...I can't stand that green. Users should have the choice of color of that screen based on their chosen theme. Maybe even make it random.
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Green is the color of death, and also the color in the hospital (to contrast with blood) to ease the cleaning. green for something wrong iw wise 🙂
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What everybody knows and understands as Â*the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) crash intercept screen, nearly a cultural heritage of the Microsoft operating systems, seems to become something of the past. ... BSOD to be no more and will be a GSOD
... A needless change.... Though I think they should went with RSOD.... and yes I make crack at the RROD...
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I bet Sony sent a letter to MS to remove the "BLUE" that belong to Sony, Because Xbox is belong to green, So MS bow to Sony for sake to change the green hehe.
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I still get a BSOD from time to time, monthly couple of times. Been using heavily overclocked system so im not surprised. Im gonna miss that. 😀
You could, you know, turn down your CPU by 200MHz and stop using an unstable system? Trust me, your CPU isn't going to bottleneck anything you do. I get BSoD's all the time too, but that's because I'm constantly testing new settings for various reasons. Is it my imagination, or are the new Win 10 (Win 8+?) BSoDs useless? All it says for me during an OC crash is "uncorrectable_error", versus a more specific error code that Win 7 would spit out. I guess I could dig up the crash log if I ever needed to know what it's about?