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# 243256 3-Dec-2018 19:35
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I was playing a graphics intensive game and the computer kept crashing.

 

The only thing in common in the event viewer was this line

 

" msvm_containersystem //./root/virtualization namespace does not exist "

 

The only virtual machine thingy that I have is Hyper-V that I am not using but I have now disabled ...

 

The only other thing that keeps giving a red sign was "bonjour" but I can't see that being timed with my crashes ...

 

Any advice appreciated

 

 





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  # 2152840 1-Jan-2019 09:19
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thanks for all your help, turns out that "CPU Package" and "CPU IA" (on HWinfo) were overheating, I was only looking at CPU core temperatures. While they were all high, the CPU Package was higher. Sorry I don't know what it hit before the motherboard shut it down, but it would be in the 90-100 range. It was by chance that I left the rig going without resetting or restarting and the mobo told me upon auto reboot. Would not have found that out otherwise!





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