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Random blue screen?


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Hi today I got a blue screen twice at different hours for no particular reason in my opinion. Pretty random even.

The computer asks to restart after the blue screen and then goes up as usual.

 

Once after turning on the computer and once again just happened to be in daily use.

 

I did not do anything unusual beyond normal uses.

 

Attaches a picture of the error.

 

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Well then try updating a video card driver and playing around with your computer's energy saving settings

Let me know that the driver is the most up-to-date (built-in card of 4700U).

 

What to set in your computer's energy saving settings? 

 

Indicates that the problem happened twice yesterday not in a row, not today. So it's hard for me to know if one of the actions will help because it's not something permanent probably.

 

Maybe bring a report of glitches of will help? 

 

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What exactly is method number 1 supposed to do? What does the command mean? I ask because I did not see an explanation there.

 

Regarding method number 2, I do not have these settings in Windows at all.

He says to enter into these definitions:

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But I only have the following definitions:

 

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I lack definitions

 

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I have a feeling that the CPPC is not installed or that the wrong version is installed.

Can you please right-click the Start> Device Manager and upload a picture of the list there?
Where did you update your computer's drivers?

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I have a feeling that the CPPC is not installed or that the wrong version is installed.

Can you please right-click the Start> Device Manager and upload a picture of the list there?
Where did you update your computer's drivers?

What exactly is CPPC and what is it largely responsible for?

I have not changed anything in the computer since it came to me (a month and a half with me). From what I checked in the driver they are updated (click on update driver name and then the computer automatically searches for driver and gives a message that is up to date and there is nothing to update).

 

Photos from Device Manager in the comment below.

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