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and if its not my RAM? ( fairly sure it's not. Gotta bring'er in since I'm not capable of testing my vid.card if I can't get into windows. A few weeks back I updated my Nvidia drivers to 320.49 and shortly after began having BSOD's relating to the drivers. Stay logged in Welcome to the Windows 7 Forums! check over here

I have came across this annoying BSOD issue ever since I re installed windows. clifford_cooley, Dec 6, 2009 #3 Wiser2001 Joined: Dec 1, 2009 Messages: 33 Likes Received: 0 Location: Beijing Ya, I agree a bulkier PSU is called for, and that's my task today. And after deleting the partition table of my other drive, with all my work on it, I up the creek for a while. Get the answer pjmelectFeb 28, 2012, 8:54 PM The Microsoft memory test program is only basic and wont find most memory problems. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/37559-63-numerous-bsod-clean-install-win7

Blue Screen After Reinstalling Windows 7

The Prophet and the Mystery Should tester's time be included when estimating tickets? Click Here to Download 15.0.139.17085 Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: [SOLVED] Vsdatant.sys causing random bluescreens =>Clean install of New ZA Free Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Nothing specific....what ever the clients provide for Repair OS Windows 7 ultimate x64 centaur78 View Public Profile Find More Posts by centaur78 11 Aug 2013 First only ZA and then slowly the rest by group of 3 or 4 executables/services at time. 1.) Click Start 2.) Type MSConfig in the search box and click ENTER 3.)

The point is that after the fresh install I can't run for more than a minute. I may have some recommendations after. Now I just have to wait and see if the problem is fixed. The other, but much less common cause, for this issue is a faulty PSU.

This contrasting very much from my situation a week and a half ago where I was running WinXP sp3 all updates perfectly, and then tried to do a fresh install of Blue Screen During Windows 7 Install Turn on your computer and check your system, and try to use it long enough to determine if the BSOD will appear or not. Our tutorials cover many common Windows 7 topics. it dosent say what they are just gives a bunch of long number codes and it seems to be reading my ram as 800mhz???

I agree, it's best to eliminate as many variables as possible. System (all at default settings) Phenom X4 9750 @ 2.4GHz 2x2GB A-Data DDR2-800mhz ATI HD4850 gainward ed. Windows 7 Forums Forums > Windows 7 Forums > Hardware > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Now my BIOS says all my hardwre is in working order, i even trouble shot my gear and i still got random Bsod during the install process.

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The computer won't boot. https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/39823-random-bsods-after-hardware-upgrade-fresh-windows-install.html Ask ! Blue Screen After Reinstalling Windows 7 solved Win7 Clean install on new drive (OEM) Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Memtest86 Audio/Video driver 5.

Click on start > Run 2. check my blog You'll be able to ask questions and get support for Windows 7 or chat with the community and help others. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I've tried the copy that comes with Hiren't boot as well: blank screen.

If when using them singly errors don't show up, then start testing them with additional sticks added (one at a time) until the problem comes back. You must have to REGISTER before you can post: Click the register link above to proceed. solved Constant BSOD when trying to install Win7 after crash Windows 10 memory management bsod after clean install. this content Another BSOD that really doesn't point to a particular component...I'd go back to BIOS defaults and go from there.

Some software updates will install even without you knowing it. Only thing you can do is pull/replace components one by one until you find the one at fault. john11139 posted Jan 4, 2017 NTFS.SYS causing BSODs on wake/startup (sometimes) JonathanTOOKMYNAME posted Jan 4, 2017 video streaming problem alcaiola posted Jan 4, 2017 APP CRASH ca10c3sar posted Jan 3, 2017

just burned it toa dvd.

I feel as if the system only BSODs when there is a high usage of internet. i.e. But always go to NVIDIA to get the latest Driver. Bump.

I also have 4 internal hard drives 2 of which are 150gb raptor drives which contain my dual boot OS (Vista and 7) and the other two drives are 1TB drives. Thank you for taking the time to report back. if you feel the issue is resolved.. http://ixpix.net/blue-screen/random-different-bsods.html All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get

Advertisements Latest Threads Icons on Windows 7 are frozen, cant move nothing? I made an image of my old setup of course, but my luck down big time: the Paragon Exact Image recovery disk is incompatible with my video card, and I get Everything worked well, however. clifford_cooley, Dec 7, 2009 #7 Wiser2001 Joined: Dec 1, 2009 Messages: 33 Likes Received: 0 Location: Beijing Ya, did an overnight Memtest86+, then did a Cpu tester crunch for 6hrs or

Install latest ZA, ZA will take care of turning OFF windows firewall. One thing I haven't considered is the DVD, but I never have trouble during installations until drivers are involved.