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This, could possibly point to the culprit, whether it is software related or hardware. Disconnect everything not required to run the system. The i7 heatsinks little pushpin things are such an awful design IMO...you shouldn't be able to pull them back out without twisting. The BSOD he posted has memory addresses, but that's only a hint, never a sure indicator. have a peek at this web-site

Dec 25, 2008 #6 MmmHmmmmm TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 17 Also, could my CPU be running to hot (i was playing the demo of crysis) causing a bsod? The Startup error: And the video hardware error that happened everytime along with the blue screen: Just right click and open images in a new tab to see a full resolution It's basically a process of elimination! Qu3bus Almost Not a Noob Joined: Jun 14, 2012 Messages: 2,459 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #15 Player177 said: ↑ OP: I'm not sure what the problem could be then. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/281255-31-build-computer-chrashing-blue-screen

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pirateking97 Noob Joined: Oct 24, 2013 Messages: 390 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #29 Player177 said: ↑ Kernel errors are usually OS issues. Basically, Player is right, as windows can think (if a computer actually thinks) that it may have the right driver, and if you re-install your OS, it can correct this issue, Let me know if you need help with this! your lefthand top « DRAM indicator on Rampage 3 MOBO | Question about RAM, OS & Upgrading Desktop PC » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread

Is it because I connected a wire to the F-audio on the motherboard? 01-22-2011, 05:10 AM #17 optiplex Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 52 OS: xp You can choose either one. I ran the memory diagnostics and there were no errors with that. Please post the mindump.

Get the answer smorizioNov 18, 2013, 5:52 AM some motherboard have the software on the cd some do some dont my asus z77 sabertoth did. Blue Screen Windows 10 How do I land my plane without crashing? I always thought it was a windows problem to have a blue screen but now I'm thinking it could be the bios???any ideas?... This Site you mean the folder thats highlighted in the picture, what about the one underneath it?

Nexozable View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Nexozable Find Threads by Nexozable 06-29-2012, 01:04 PM #9 richei Join Date: Sep 2006 Reputation: 418 Posts: 4,056 Make sure they match up with what kind of RAM you bought. doesn't take much pressure to damage the board and yes, it'll cause the problems you're describing, specially if its cracked all the way across the track. send me your mainboard picture I mark it For some reason, ther are sound when I connect my speaker to the port at the front of my case but when I

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If it's while gaming it could be a temp issue or a PSU issue.Click to expand... http://superuser.com/questions/811484/new-build-pc-blue-screens-bsod-during-os-win7-install-attempts It will tell you which they are in your Programs and Features when you highlight them for uninstall. New Computer Blue Screen On Startup Sata has no master/slave. 01-20-2011, 09:26 PM #14 werewolf16 Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 33 OS: window xp Quote: Originally Posted by grimx133 The master/slave jumpers HELP!!

mobo 30. Check This Out Such info helps. Also, run something like heaven benchmark for awhile and see if it crashes or not. This could also include poorly made software, and inefficient hardware drivers and/or driver conflicts.

Use common sense. Something got messed up, deleted, changed, or modified. Can anyone help me out? Source When you get random BSOD's it is often a sign of a hardware problem and may be ram/underpowered psu/overheating or some other faulty or incompatible hardware.

Cheap and a handy gadget to have around. No offering of reward/compensation for solutions. I had the PSU already replaced.

I'm very new to this and I am worried.

Qu3bus, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM, Player177 and puggy-88 like this. Then reboot and enter BIOS. I had a problem when setting up my PC where as the BIOS wouldn't run an initial boot due to both RAM sticks been in at once. Related 0Building a new PC, Installing XP, blue screen of death0Cannot install Windows 7 on new PC (BSOD during installation)1How to select memory for motherboard when building a new machine?0ASRock Z87

Could be anything i suppose, but i dont think anyone considered the RAM. Please try the request again. I was thinking the choice between gsata and sata might have something to do with it but it doesnt so i am out of ideas. have a peek here Points on Ram: Usually, if you test ram, it's best to test one stick at a time, and "usually", the primary slot, is the second slot from your processor.

First starting up a PC has a pretty big power draw, which could cause problems with a defective PSU.