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The blue screen appears when I visit a particular site

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I have an issue not really with my computer because I don't understand why my computer gives me the blue screen when I access the website of one airline company (sorry, I cannot identify to avoid any issues with them). I actually received an email about a promo of their plane fares and when I clicked on the site what I got was a blue screen and an automatic re-booting. I was using Google Chrome on my Windows XP. Here is the diagnostic that I was able to screen capture..... check the attached files please. 

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I believe Chrome stopped giving updates to Windows XP a few years back because it can't keep up with the minimum system requirements the newer updates require. So I guess this is because the website you are viewing uses code that only the newer updates of Chrome supports. That or it is just a hardware problem. It could be that your internal graphics is too outdated to view the graphics of that website.

 

Invest in a newer PC Corzhens if the budget allows. Even the cheapest available PC right now can support those websites. A desktop XP PC just isn't usable in 2019.

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I think its a computer problem or a malware that want to join to your personal computer blue screen error appeared because it detects a problem or a malware that could be damaged or attack on the computer for better use to your computer you should buy a premium antivirus software for your personal computer.

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I think that you should switch to Windows 7, 8.1 or 10. Frankly, XP is outdated and Google stopped releasing updates for that OS. It basically forces you to upgrade your operative system. That is why you have those problems with some sites. 

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Blue screens of death are notorious because it's hard (I'd say outright impossible) to diagnose what causes them, and even if they stop appearing there's no guarantee that the issue won't reoccur. The best one can do is checking ram, hard disk, how the overall OS is working and identify with what programs the bsod comes up. But from what you say it could be that your pc is too old for efficiently running Chrome, I'd use that computer with a light Linux distro instead. 

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