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Apple's latest iPhone 5S has an unexpected feature: the Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD). While it's typically an error found on older Windows PCs, a number of iPhone 5S users are reporting random reboots on their handsets following a BSOD. The blue screen reboots appear to be iPhone 5S specific and are largely occurring with Apple's own iWork apps that come free with all new iOS devices. Videos detailing the issue show that multitasking between apps seems to trigger the BSOD. iPhone 5S users are also reporting random reboots during device use. Apple has released iOS 7.0.2 to primarily fix lock-screen security bugs, but the latest version does not address the reboot issues. Several threads on Apple's support forums highlight the problem, and a number of Twitter users have also expressed their frustrations. One workaround to alleviate the iWork-related reboots is to disable iCloud syncing for Apple's Pages, Keynote, and Numbers apps. We've reached out to Apple to comment on the blue screen reboots, and we'll update you accordingly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DNw457joq5I SOURCE
Ponting posted a topic in Software ChatI have HP Pavilion DV6-2174-TX Notebook PC which has no official support for Windows 8 from HP.But i downloaded drivers from here and it worked for Windows 8.After i clean installed Windows 8.1 Pro with WMC,i tried the driver for Nvidia GeForce 105M Graphics card from Windows update as well as from Nvidia website.I experience random BSODs Even if i don't install/update the driver i get BSOD?I tried Driver Magician but resulted in BSOD.BSOD is always related to Nvidia driver. Do you suggest any reliable software for updating my driver? Does anyone the way to install Win 8 driver on WIn 8.1?
I have recently suffered a BSOD phenomenon in my notebook running windows 8 pro x64. After loading the boot logo, a black screen appears and never goes off. I'm not being able to find out its cause. I have recently completed installing all windows updates - so, is there any particular update responsible for causing this phenomenon?I was not intending to use UxThemePatcher but at last decided to and patched the system with it - Could it be the reason?Or is it any other reason told/untold/foretold by M$?
I am struggling with random BSOD. I cannot figure out what is causing it. I'm using: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H Motherboard 2x 8 GB Kingston HyperX 2133 memory (Running at 1600mhz) Gigabyte Radeon HD 7950 VGA 2x Seagate Barracuda 1TB HDD Intel i7-4770K PC is not overclocked, haven't fiddled with voltages or anything like that. PC has been running fine for about 2 months, but suddenly I'm getting BSOD. I don't know of anything that could have caused this. memtest86+ shows no errors. Uninstalled all Gigabyte apps (except drivers). Not running Avast but MS Security Essentials. BSOD happens at random, even while pc is idle. Please can you help me find the problem! It is driving me insane, and this PC cost quite a bit. I'm seeing something about ntkrnlmp.exe in the memory dumps but I don't what it is telling me.