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    Angry New to Solving my own PC problems

    Hello All, I'm reaching out from SoCal, USA.
    New to solving my own PC issues since the Best Buy has only one solution to solving problems - wiping your system and doing a fresh install. Well I never thought it was easy but I'm running into some unexpected issues. I'll be reaching out in the Forums. So sick of BSOD after Win10 updates.


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