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THIS IS THE REASON WHY THE NINTENDO SWITCH IS PRONE TO THE BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH

THIS IS THE REASON WHY THE NINTENDO SWITCH IS PRONE TO THE BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH 1
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For years, many Japanese players have complained about getting Blue Screen of Death’d (BSoD) on their Nintendo Switch.

Today, the reason has finally been uncovered by PC Repair Haijin, which specializes in repairing electronic consumer products such as the Nintendo Switch. According to PC Repair Haijin, the high rate of Blue Screen of Death is caused by the lack of a corner bond.

In layman’s terms, if a Nintendo Switch drops onto a ground, the absence of a corner bond would cause the CPU to be detached easily, and thus the reason why many have encountered the Blue Screen of Death.

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Source: NintendoSoup

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