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I assume it is a hardware issue and the normal boot process hangs when it gets to a process/address/peripheral that is not active during Safe Boot.My question - how do I You may also... Any new version might introduce new bugs as well as old ones, but since you're already experiencing inexplicable crashes you can only try and hope for the best. Papageno 2011-12-07 09:30:30 UTC #15 Thanks. Source

captainron276 replied Feb 1, 2017 at 9:12 PM Word List Game #14 cwwozniak replied Feb 1, 2017 at 8:52 PM Trying (and failing) to... Just making an educated guess, I'd say probably somewhere around 150USD for the video card, then another 100USD for labor give or take. im posting over at the NBR Forums too. I let dust build up on them for months, and then blast them with a leaf blower to remove the dust, I also have a tendency to kill the psu at

And since you're using an SSD, well welcome to SSD land. Is there a pre-OS-install driver to install somehow? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Thanks Dan dannyyoung, Jan 1, 2014 #3 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,111 From what I can determine, the HP Compaq 8510w Mobile WorkStation comes with

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  • Just now, as an experiment, I rebooted the system (after it had been running memtest86+ since around 11:45 last night, 13 full passes at 1648 MHz with no errors) and set

Looks like the G5 will get parked in a cupboard until some computer tech owes me enough of a favour to try another hard drive in there (I can't get it I checked all connections, everything seems fine. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

no errors found. Spec AMD Athlon 64 Infinity DFI mobo 2 Gig crucial ballistix Seagate SATA 160gb EVGA 7600gt Antec SmartPower 500 This pc has been up and running maybe 5 years, it was Join our site today to ask your question. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/110844-30-blue-screen-woes-mobo Now I can't play D3 for more that 10 mins without getting a blue/black screen Vairya 100 Human Rogue 13755 64 posts Vairya Ignored May 17, 2012 1

Staff Online Now Triple6 Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows 7 > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links In part two, we'll talk about how to overcome these issues in post. I played for a good two and a half hours yesterday without a crash. My next plan was to install the nvidia drivers for the MSI GTX560Ti card I have installed, but 7zip reported that the checksum failed when trying to extract the drivers from

Go figure. If you got the BSOD during the Windows 7 install, it's BIOS upgrade time. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Papageno 2011-12-06 09:44:36 UTC #4 I should add the data point here that I got the first BSOD last night while I was still installing Windows 7 (I was right about

Log In Return to Forum quote blizzardlogo netEaselogo Thanks for visiting the Blizzard Forums (2.14.0) · Patch Notes Support Feedback Americas - English (US) Region Americas Europe Asia China Language English http://lebos.org/blue-screen/blue-screen-no-blank-screen.php Chris_Nahr 2011-12-06 09:47:09 UTC #5 Check the update notes for the BIOS releases and see if they mention anything that might be relevant. SlainteMhath 2011-12-06 10:14:55 UTC #6 Papageno: Anyway, looks like memtest86+ isn't finding any errors running since I last wrote--it's completed 7 full passes with the RAM running at 1600 MHz (vs It boots, loads windows, and then randomly gives a blue screen.

It looks like you're new here. So if the BIOS update doesn't fix it so I can run that RAM at 1600, I'm going to try with some different RAM, already ordered. Free 10-Day TrialSign InHow-To TutorialsDesign & IllustrationCodeWeb DesignPhoto & VideoBusinessMusic & Audio3D & Motion GraphicsGame DevelopmentComputer SkillsCoursesDesign & IllustrationCodeWeb DesignPhoto & VideoBusinessMusic & Audio3D & Motion GraphicsBundleseBooksDesign & IllustrationCodeWeb DesignPhoto & have a peek here SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved.

Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware General Hardware Blue Screen Woes Posting Permissions You may not post new threads Try memtest from cold boot: how long does one have to wait for the RAM to be "cold"? Or do I need some kind of adapter?

That's quite a bit less likely given it works in safe boot, but it's still quite possible that this is at least a contributing factor.Now, the fun part is, Apple's retail

Papageno 2011-12-07 11:57:16 UTC #18 Thanks, Chris, I'll check that out. Contrai 2011-12-06 10:59:45 UTC #8 I don't know if you've done this already, but have you checked to see if in the bios, the correct timings and voltage for the memory Papageno 2011-12-06 12:32:52 UTC #9 OK, this is super annoying. I've requested a qualified person to examine your log. ------------------------------------------------------------ flavallee, Jan 1, 2014 #4 dannyyoung Thread Starter Joined: Nov 6, 2007 Messages: 315 Thanks Frank.

The other kicker is that the system may have passed into Apple's Vintage status, which means that it's been more than 5 years since that specific model was discontinued. Assuming that doesn't show errors: Drop the RAM speed to 1333 would be the next step, I presume, or should I update the BIOS first? xMRxEASTONx 1 posts xMRxEASTONx Ignored May 17, 2012 Copy URL View Post I've been having the same problem. http://lebos.org/blue-screen/blue-screen-screen-going-black-must-have-a-virus.php Then I figured it was best to download Windows Updates so I did that.