How often does ur XP crash


How often do you get a BSOD on XP  

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AmpCoder

The only time I had a BSOD in WinXP is when I installed a bad stick of memory. Other than that, I have never had a software-related BSOD happen.

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WarStorm

Mine has hardly ever crashed like twice in the 2 year+ ive had it

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Hypoxiaicon

Very rare got a BSOD.

Unless I overclocked or something.

I think ive only had 2-3 in a few years that where random and not caused by me

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Max

About once a year. Mainly due to the fact that the system is smack bang on the edge of instability, it stays stable, but that once in a while it crosses the line. *Wishes CPU's could be adjusted 0.1Mhz*

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KitCh

Never, well as far as I can remember :cool:

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jlmodell

i never in the life of windows computing have i gotten a real bsod. only through my own error have i gotten that bsod screen.. (bad wifi driver, conflicted with something)

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Vice

Not for a long time.. last crash was due to dodgy nVidia drivers a few months ago.

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LispyGlitter2

never had a BSOD yet *knocks on wood*

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Marklar

Not once, but some bad programs have made it hang before

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allfive6

Never

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McLaren_F1

Never got One Yet

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micro

winxp crashes on me like every year or so, from crap loadin and loadin up, otherwise its stable as a rock for me, runs 24/7 great :D

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cjrciadt

The same as most driver error (sound card) and ATI driver failure. I can imagine what developers will have to do design drivers for the Mactel machines.

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mayamaniac

for XP and 2003,

on intel mobo: very rare to see a crash, don't remember last time it crashed.

on AMD mobo: crashes more often.

so, its not the OS, but more of hardware.

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Lexcyn

My XP installation has never crashed or BSOD'd on me. :ninja:

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Boxster17

Never really get the BSOD. Got it after I first built my computer, and found out it was a problem with my RAM working in dual channel mode, since then haven't had a single problem.

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EduardValencia

never,i'm flawleess :)

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entropyx

once or twice a day. i have some bad drivers somewhere but don't care enough to find them and fix it.

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Devil Fish

XP Pro since it came out. Never crashed or had a BSOD. Rock Solid, but I guess good housekeeping and a happy marriage of hardware helps as well.

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DirtyLarry

I have only seen a BSOD twice in my life on my home comps.

Now freezing, meaning it is just totally unresponsive, well that happens a little more often, 95% while playing a game, and usually some sound stuttering right before the freeze as well. So I am assuming that is driver related, and my bet is on my Audio drivers as well.

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+virtorio

It might have crashed back in 2002, but that could have just been a power cut.

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UnnamedStone

If I am testing on drivers, it crashes couples times a day. If not, it may takes 6 months or longer to see the blue screen.

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Kenny McCormick

When I used Windows 9x I got them all the time but I havent got any after I switched to Windows 2000.

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