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SpitfireII
11-23-2013, 02:17 AM
I have a G75VW and have not had any problems with this pc until recently. I had a blue screen flash on my computer and in a few seconds went away by itself, its been happening every once in a while. Since I use a gaming wheel and sometimes it cuts out on me and acts sluggish in the middle of a session or race. Does this blue screen flash have anything to do with it?

Let me know if there is a fix for the blue screen flash. Thanks

GottiBoi55
11-23-2013, 04:04 AM
Try reinstalling the "hardware and software drivers" for your racing wheel.
That sounds like a hardware/software related issue.
(Remove software and hardware drives first, then do a "Clean install")

Hope this helps!

SpitfireII
11-23-2013, 09:52 PM
Try reinstalling the "hardware and software drivers" for your racing wheel.
That sounds like a hardware/software related issue.
(Remove software and hardware drives first, then do a "Clean install")

Hope this helps!

Thanks for replying, but I have uninstalled / reinstalled the wheel several times already and this issue still happens. Seems like a pc related problem. Not sure exactly what.

GottiBoi55
11-24-2013, 12:42 AM
Have you looked at the windows reliability monitor history to check out these issues?
That should give you an idea whats causing the blue flashes.
That would be the place to start troubleshooting any compatibility problems.

SpitfireII
11-24-2013, 05:31 AM
Have you looked at the windows reliability monitor history to check out these issues?
That should give you an idea whats causing the blue flashes.
That would be the place to start troubleshooting any compatibility problems.


Would you give me a direction where to look? Thanks

GottiBoi55
11-24-2013, 02:18 PM
Go to >Control Panel>System and Security>Action Center>Maintenance>View Reliability History.

Check on all reliability issues with a "red X"
That should help you track down what causing your particular issue.
The bottom of the monitor you will see the issue(s), and look at action and view technical details
Sometimes you can check for solutions for your issue there, or you can run the Windows Troubleshooter back in the "Action Center"
Look at "Hardware and Sound", and click on "configure a device" and run the Troubleshooter.
Hopefully that will help you find and fix problems.