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When it loads, pressing F8 will do nothing. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? whichnow that I think about it throws my insufficient PSU theory out the window.... I recently updated my bios and i don't know if this is gonna work but reading the OP comments i guess it won't. Check This Out

We need to see what other software and/or drives may be causing a conflict. the new solder is more brittle and pops off the circuit traces with repeated heat/cooling cycles. I'll update this thread once I have new information. So I upgraded BIOS now and still no luck.

It seems part of systematic symptoms points to a 1. BSOD Help and Support BSOD at startup, cant repair startupi had a bsod 3 days ago with no reason when its at Welcome screen and my startup items are not loaded Reply Quote Zeebie 3.2.3 - BSOD Sometimes at Startup Win7 64 Bit 06 February 2013, 01:18 Hello, Sorry to piggy back of this thread.

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Please Help, John Reply Quote John 3.2.2 - BSOD Sometimes at Startup Win7 64 Bit 18 November 2012, 03:05 Did some more testing. The problem is independent of a RAM disk image file. Sometimes the PC boots up just fine multiple times in a row without any issues.... Reply Quote rambo Re: BSOD sometimes at startup Win7 64 Bit 17 January 2015, 12:23 Registered: 1 year ago Posts: 2 Hi Andrew, I have no Symantec products installed, and

But sadly with this problem I cannot use it with Win 7 64. I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. Register now! I do not have the problem with the same image file and Win 7 32 (at least it never occurred so far).

Aug 15, 2011 #14 TheSpencer TS Rookie Topic Starter I've had no more mini dumps since I took the computer off of sleep mode. That said, most blue screens and application crashes aren't Windows' fault. The voltage says +1.5 volts. The first boot of the day will lock up my computer.

afd.sys seems to be a compressed file. http://mysqlzine.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-brand-new-machine-at-startup.html Is this intentional? I have tried 2 different ssd's with same results as well as 2 diff MB's so i am almost sure its my ram if you suspect it to be a hardware Hard drive (controller/compatibility), 6.

I had several cases where MSE wouldn't show up correctly. As to NetWorx and putting its data file in a custom location, it can be done easily. I have 8x8gb sticks in case you are wondering). this contact form Only problem was it was a address line to the RAM and windows would load the kernel and the address line would later connect and the block of memory would move

Everything You Need to Know Joe Keeley January 12, 2017 12-01-2017 How to Reset Your Lost Windows 10 Password Windows How to Reset Your Lost Windows 10 Password Ben Stegner January Thanks again Patrick!! But the best solution resolved is not to install Microsoft drivers for your hardware like GPU, but to install the manufacturer drivers.

i guess it's the small battery thing it motherboard maybe it's dying out.

Good work. I then adjusted the old R:-drive to T:-drive, in preparation to switch that new S: to take the R:'s place... ... Western Digital Lifeguard - Quick Test and Extended Test Seagate SeaTools - Short Drive Self Test and Long Drive Self Test Samsung ES tools - Drive Diagnostic test Run the short I'm almost hoping its a ram hardware issue as it is an easy fix... =( Reply With Quote 09-28-2013,03:34 PM #11 Patrick View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit

But this time I could not change the extension of the image file to not readable to make the OS working again. Is it possible to bypass windows installer so that I can go ahead with the install anyway? I would recommend AdAware 2007 + SpyBot - Search & Destroy... navigate here Regards, Patrick Reply With Quote 09-28-2013,03:52 PM #12 abody519 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Sep 2013 Posts10 Re: BSOD on startup (sometimes)

Restart the system. Hi, In regards to the perfmon: Symptom: Device drivers are not installed.