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  1. #11

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    Did you buy this machine with 6.0 GB memory, or did you either add or remove some?

    6 doesn't seem to be a normal sale, so if you messed with memory at all, that's your issue. (Mismatched or configuration issues.)

    If not, please disregard.

    Then instead, I'd look into Memtest86+ running overnight to see what it comes up with.

    It's also good to ensure you're not stopping the air flow either from intake at the fan(s) or exhaust in any way by using on a bed with blankets or something like that, etc...

    Whatever that Badosoft Connectivity Fixer software is, that's a sure one to definitely uninstall. I'd be inclined to do the same with Daemon Tools Lite, until issues are sorted at least. (You can replace it with PowerISO if you want.)

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  2. #12

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    Windows 8.1

    @ectech: Oh, sorry! I've never seen Show Password before (red flag! haha), so no, I don't need it.

    I kinda figured that last blue screen was because of me abusing my computer, but I just wanted to make sure.

    Adwcleaner seemed to get rid of everything it wanted to, but the JRT seemed to have some files it couldn't delete/failed to delete.

    @MasterChief: My computer was bought with 6.0 GB of memory.

    I'll run memtest86 tonight.

    My laptop never leaves my desk.

    About a month or so ago, I had some internet connection issues. No matter how many times I performed a restart or a hard restart/reset, my computer would just disconnect from the internet for no apparent reason, even after I deleted the old network and made an entirely new wi-fi network for it to connect to. So I downloaded Connectivity Fixer and haven't had a problem since. I'll get rid of it with the hopes that my system will behave, haha.

    Daemon Tools is as good as gone.
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  3. #13

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    Change the wi-fi channel on your router to the least used one of the 11 available. That will help your connection properly. You can use Vistumbler to see which is most open.

    To go to your router's settings, check the manual. In Firefox or Internet Explorer address bar, it's probably either one of these links:

    or see this page:

    A List of Common Default Router IP Addresses - TechSpot

    Also, make sure router's firmware is latest from their website.

    On a well-working machine, there's nothing you can really do to make it bsod (as long as you don't throw it lol!!! - or go into the registry and purposely make it happen - things like that) - so don't ever use a computer in fear of that.

    Wise of you to have removed the software, especially the network one.

    High chances things are well now. If not, we continue on with the best advice we can. EC did well in this thread for you.
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  4. #14

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    Windows 8.1 Enterprise
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