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From what I understand, BSOD is USUALLY RAM related... Like wrong timings, OC unstable, etc...
It can also be HDD ,virus ,motherboard or even CPU related.


Do Memtest -> http://www.memtest.org/

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Boot with the Win7 CD and get to the repair console after it loads up.
Run start up repair a few times,it can take more than 1 go.

You should be able to do a system restore from in there aswell if start up repair fails.

Did you download anything before shutting off?

If you can manage to get a DMP file I can have a look through.



Nope,thats just one of the more common problems,bad drivers is the most common

I don't really wanna do that.



What's cool about my mobo is that it gives me the error code . The code is 20
post #13 of 19
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Originally Posted by Dromihetes View Post
It can also be HDD ,virus ,motherboard or even CPU related.


Do Memtest -> http://www.memtest.org/

LE:The Power Supply looks phishy to me.Swap that too.
You know if I could into windows first that would be awesome. I can't got to that website to check my memory duh!
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by dan_ep82 View Post
Boot with the Win7 CD and get to the repair console after it loads up.
Run start up repair a few times,it can take more than 1 go.

You should be able to do a system restore from in there aswell if start up repair fails.

Did you download anything before shutting off?

If you can manage to get a DMP file I can have a look through.



Nope,thats just one of the more common problems,bad drivers is the most common
I downloaded an update for my gfx card.
post #15 of 19
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I don't really wanna do that.



What's cool about my mobo is that it gives me the error code . The code is 20
Um.. why not?
You lose no data with a system restore?
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I downloaded an update for my gfx card.
It may help,the DMP file should be able to help finding the problem driver if there is one or hardware if it is hardware.
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Um.. why not?
You lose no data with a system restore?


It may help,the DMP file should be able to help finding the problem driver if there is one or hardware if it is hardware.
I thought you lose data in a system restore. It has never been backed up.
post #17 of 19
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I thought you lose data in a system restore. It has never been backed up.
I think your thinking of restoring to a back-up image.

System Restore is different - http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...m-restore.html
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I think your thinking of restoring to a back-up image.

System Restore is different - http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...m-restore.html
i did it and it worked. im writing back from the pc now sweet thanks guys!
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Glad you got sorted,but you may run into the problem again.
My guess is it was a program driver or updated driver that caused it.
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