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    Every now and then my system stops working and I get a screen with this message before I need to turn off and restart. Anyone have any ideas what this message might mean? I never saw it at all in windows 7 which ran as stable as a rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loquacious View Post
    Every now and then my system stops working and I get a screen with this message before I need to turn off and restart. Anyone have any ideas what this message might mean? I never saw it at all in windows 7 which ran as stable as a rock.
    Hi,

    Please see ZigZag's thread at the very top of this section. You have installed something with a driver that isn't compatible with Windows 8. The bsod logs will help us determine what that is.
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