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Instability in Windows Vista

For almost two years now I have been using Windows Vista, and have had my share of problems. I can’t count how many times I’ve blue screened on my desktop. Locking up has become the norm for me, but just recently I upgraded my graphics card from the Nvidia GeForce 7600 GS to the GeForce 8500 GT. I didn’t expect to much change to take place, but by upgrading the graphics card I located the my PC’s weakest point, by accident.

My old graphics card was the cause of my PC’s instability, well the driver, which is to show that drivers are the cause of many of the issues in Windows Vista. Now my notebook has run Vista on it flawlessly, the only problem it has is that it’s kind of slow, but that’s to be expected.

This problem might be what everyone else is having, but trust me if bad RAM can cause blue screens, bad drivers can cause crashes, lockups, and blue screens.

The only real issue with Windows Vista is, it should’ve worked from the start.

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