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Here's my thoughts as I was reviewing the posts. I started to manually up the voltage of the VVT, reading several forums, but never into the PINK area or even in the RED. Same with everything under "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" "Imagine devices" "Keyboards" "Mice and other pointing devices" "Monitors" "Software devices" "Storage controllers" almost everything under "system devices" quite a few items under "USB I have not added any software or hardware since I bought the computer. his comment is here

The PC froze completely. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build - desktop OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Intel i7 920 @ 2.67GHz Motherboard Gigabyte EX58-UD5 Memory Mushking DDR3 @ 539MHz 12Mb Says she only had Outlook, IE, Excel, and an accounting program open both times. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]rsm3000[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Honestly, living with it until I get a new computer might be worth the $50 minimum to get a new eight gig stick of http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/253121-bsod-fresh-morning-startup.html

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]rsm3000[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(18 children)Is that different than the minidump errors I listed above? permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–][deleted] 1 year ago(1 child)[deleted] [–]dick_farts91 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)most likely*. I'll review the entire topic in the morning and will see what I can come up with. Each time I start my machine from cold in the morning, I get a BSOD.

solved boot without monitor in first start-up every day Can't find your answer ? thanks for all of your help Ask a new question Read More Homebuilt Blue Screen Boot Windows Vista Systems Product Related Resources Built my first PC, worked for a day and Double ethernet cables could cause problems, but I doubt it (I've never seen a problem due to that). Also, there's only 1 way to update Windows drivers (actually there are more in some circumstances - but for us in this case it's generally true) - and that's through Windows

My Vista Edition is Vista Enterprise 64 bit.Yes the power supply is a cheap one Best answer ProximonFeb 4, 2009, 8:09 AM Sounds like your Windows 7 installation compromised the Vista I will keep my phone on me to check in on replies. It FROZE and I hardbooted again. - I tried a Window restore/repair but it was unable to repair anything. - After that it rebooted again and I chose 'Start windows normally'. I just wish I could figure out which one is causing it..

I never see the darker blue one. So far no BSOD. Searching the internet for a solution instead of working. Approach the communities affected directly, not here!

I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. directory I hardboot the PC. You might get more information that points to something by selecting details/Friendly & XML view,in the event viewer.you could also try selecting "event log online"at the bottom of the page. Trusted Techs Proven-skills collaborators will have their usernames marked with a .

Mine was definitely a case of bad RAM. this content Does this mean there is a problem with the PSU? The time now is 18:42. This worked fine until a certain update came out which caused BSOD's because of the drivers.

I hit enter without changing the name of the profile and it gave me a warning that it did not save because I didn't change the name. Back to top #33 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 23,339 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:06:42 PM I've also installed WinDbg and haven't found any stop messages with it. weblink permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]thekarmabum 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago(13 children)when you start up the PC hit F8 (i think) to get you to the boot screen that gets you the option of safe

Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top Prev Page 3 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next Back to Windows Crashes, BSOD, and Hangs Help and Support 0 user(s) Getting an error when trying to boot up windows (for the first time on a new pc) solved Need help solving issue with first time boot up of PC Windows 7 I have been shutting down and restarting most of the afternoon without any problems, first time I could do that in months :) Glad it has helped you so far.A software

During the night I shut down my computer (saving some electricity and I'm not downloading much, lol).

Fuzzy eyes would annoy me by now, best to have rest as it calms the eyes. One thing that I found rather interesting is there's drivers in the Device Manager under the HID for "HID-compliant consumer contgrol device" that has slated drivers from 2006 as well as I wouldn't think it's the CPU, PSU or CD Drive that is causing it. Sorry for the long post, but I thought the more info the better.

I took it to MVP Summit at Microsoft and had some of the best and brightest minds there try to help me to get it to work. BSOD at the morning boot! You know the little Windows sign, that forms itself from 4 colors/corners. http://ixpix.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-reboot-sd.html This means a hard coded breakpoint or assertion was hit, but this system was booted /NODEBUG.

Thursday it froze in the first 5-10 minutes of morning boot. Now, let's talk a bit about compatibility...... Back to top #38 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 23,339 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:06:42 PM and I'm still unsure as to why I couldn't boot after updating all those drivers last night when it's all specifically for the board..

Couldn't do anything except hard rebooting the system. I would love to solve the problem without buying a second stick. Created by Anand Khanse. System Service Exception mostly drivers - seldom (but possible) hardware how to update old drivers.... - get all updates from Asus - get all Windows Updates - then start searching out

Go to control panel(All control panel items)/performance information and tools/click advanced tools on the left hand side/view performance details in event log. not a single problem. IMO there's no reliable program to check all drivers. Then boot and go to Device Manager (WinKey+Break).

Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.4 Locale ID: 1033Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 1000007e BCP1: FFFFFFFFC0000005 BCP2: FFFFFA6000B4BAAB BCP3: FFFFFA60083CFE38 BCP4: FFFFFA60083CF810 OS Version: 6_0_6001 Service Pack: choose the option that says "disable automatic restart after system failure" get to the BSOD and you should be able to see the stop error. Normally, this would happen due to BIOS settings. Theres not much you can do to fix it, other then replacing that DIMM.

But, it's possible for a driver to cause problems that aren't immediately evident, then exit before another driver finds the problem (and then crashes).