Question Random rare BSOD-s

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Colif

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The idea behind ISO images is that you can archive an exact digital copy of a disc, and then later use that image to burn a new disc that’s in turn an exact copy of the original.
Its how windows installer drives are made as well.

just watch video, he shows it all.

Burning the image makes the USB bootable and sets it up so as soon as pc starts from USB, it will run the program. You don't have to do anything

to boot off drive once its made
put USB in PC
go to settings/update & security/recovery
Under advanced startup, click restart now
PC restarts into a blue screen
choose use a device
pick USB from list
PC will restart and boot USB
 

veeljko23

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Image file - Its how windows installer drives are made as well.

just watch video, he shows it all.

Burning the image makes the USB bootable and sets it up so as soon as pc starts from USB, it will run the program. You don't have to do anything

to boot off drive once its made
put USB in PC
go to settings/update & security/recovery
Under advanced startup, click restart now
PC restarts into a blue screen
choose use a device
pick USB from list
PC will restart and boot USB
I didnt start it in the end because i had to use usb for something and nothing happened in 10 days until now, i started CSGO i was joinging a map and i was looking at my phone and i just heard pc beep since it restared, very weird that it didnt happen for 10 days and today it happened, i updated gpu drivers, and there was a windows update but i didnt bother, after gpu driver update everything was as usual btw. Here is the minidump https://drive.google.com/file/d/17MAIDEzDicVjuJWxzYZ8jIoJ-26XthWK/view?usp=sharing
 
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