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Computer BSOD while watching YouTube.

I just downgraded from windows 10 to windows 7. I was just on Chrome when it just BSOD on me. I have an Intel Core i7 6700K Clocked to 4.40 GHz in MSI's game mode in BIOS.
MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Motherboard
Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 Graphics Card
8x2 Corsair Vengeance DDR4 Ram
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  1. Load your bios at default, it might be bad overclock, and do that on your gpu if you used MSI AFTERBURNER.
    And for bad overclock i have overclocked on my non overclockable mobo, works fine in games and google chrome but at random point it just crashes.

    Reinstall drivers of your NVIDIA and i think that should be issue, unless your skylake isnt very friendly with win7
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  2. Robert Ban said:
    Load your bios at default, it might be bad overclock, and do that on your gpu if you used MSI AFTERBURNER.
    And for bad overclock i have overclocked on my non overclockable mobo, works fine in games and google chrome but at random point it just crashes.

    Reinstall drivers of your NVIDIA and i think that should be issue, unless your skylake isnt very friendly with win7


    Not sure if I have skylake. No MSI afterburner. (Note: Im not 100% tech savy)
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  3. Does only happen in chrome or?Do you have wifi adapter as usb or internal PCI-E?

    Try to reinstall every driver if you have time.
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  4. Robert Ban said:
    Does only happen in chrome or?Do you have wifi adapter as usb or internal PCI-E?

    Try to reinstall every driver if you have time.


    See even before I installed windows 7, I had windows 10, and I had a lot of crashing, I contacted the manufacturer, they said it was either the ram or graphics card.
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  5. MehBigEntertainment said:
    Robert Ban said:
    Does only happen in chrome or?Do you have wifi adapter as usb or internal PCI-E?

    Try to reinstall every driver if you have time.


    See even before I installed windows 7, I had windows 10, and I had a lot of crashing, I contacted the manufacturer, they said it was either the ram or graphics card.


    Okay to see if gpu or ram is faulty try one stick of ram and intergrated GPU on motherboard, i can see you have DVI connector on motherboard try it.If it does again try another ram in another slot, play with it.
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  6. Robert Ban said:
    MehBigEntertainment said:
    Robert Ban said:
    Does only happen in chrome or?Do you have wifi adapter as usb or internal PCI-E?

    Try to reinstall every driver if you have time.


    See even before I installed windows 7, I had windows 10, and I had a lot of crashing, I contacted the manufacturer, they said it was either the ram or graphics card.


    Okay to see if gpu or ram is faulty try one stick of ram and intergrated GPU on motherboard, i can see you have DVI connector on motherboard try it.If it does again try another ram in another slot, play with it.


    I can't try dvi because my monitor doesn't support it, and I have no wire for it.
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    Well you have friends right? You can ask them to borrow you for 1 or 2 hours.
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  8. ...No. I have no friends.
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  9. Ill probably take it to my PC repair shop across the street.
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