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post #11 of 22
If all you did was install a new cooler then I would back trace and reseat that sucker. It's either not seated right and is over heating or you knocked something loose on something around it which is something that no amount of reinstalling/wiping/ or formatting is gonna fix.

my 2 cents
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If all you did was install a new cooler then I would back trace and reseat that sucker. It's either not seated right and is over heating or you knocked something loose on something around it which is something that no amount of reinstalling/wiping/ or formatting is gonna fix.

my 2 cents
Well i know its not my current temps because bios is telling me my CPU is at 32c, and with my stock intell cooler it used to show 45-50c in the bios. Based off that alone, i can come to the conclusion that its def not overheating.

Imma take everything apart and put it back together again.
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post #13 of 22
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Tried taking one card out of my sli setup, no dice. I took out one card and exchanged it for another.... No dice.

So its not a gpu problem.

Tried all 3 corsair ram sticks to see if one is bad, same "starting windows" freeze.

So its not the ram.

Would it be illogical to think that my ssd crapped out?!?
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post #14 of 22
Please reboot into safe mode. Enter msconfig and tick the bootlog option.

Reboot into normal mode. When it freezes boot back into safe mode then look for a file called boot.log. It should be in your windows directory or in root. Copy and paste the contents here.
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Please reboot into safe mode. Enter msconfig and tick the bootlog option.

Reboot into normal mode. When it freezes boot back into safe mode then look for a file called boot.log. It should be in your windows directory or in root. Copy and paste the contents here.
My SSD must have died, it does the same thing when i try to boot in safe mode. I choose safe mode and after 1 second it freezes with that grey bar uptop appearing. Everytime i try safe mode it only grts to load:

LOADED: \\windows\\system32\\config\\system
LOADED: \\windows\\system32\
toskrnl.exe
LOADED: \\windows\\system32\\hal.dll

Thats what loads in one second because after one second it just freezes. Same thing every single time.

Tried booting in last good boot attempt, same thing, freeze after 1 second with grey bar appearing up top
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post #16 of 22
If you haven't got much on there to lose, I'd say re-format and start over. You could waste ages trying to debug it, and still end up with that conclusion.

Alternatively, if you've got a different GPU, try that - it could be a driver issue that's only just manifested itself for some reason, and a different card uses a different driver.

Another alternative (you need another PC for this though) - make a Linux LiveCD/USB, and see if that's stable? If it is, it's either an SSD or software/Windows issue. If it's still unstable, it's some other hardware issue (mobo or CPU)
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post #17 of 22
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If you haven't got much on there to lose, I'd say re-format and start over. You could waste ages trying to debug it, and still end up with that conclusion.

Alternatively, if you've got a different GPU, try that - it could be a driver issue that's only just manifested itself for some reason, and a different card uses a different driver.

Another alternative (you need another PC for this though) - make a Linux LiveCD/USB, and see if that's stable? If it is, it's either an SSD or software/Windows issue. If it's still unstable, it's some other hardware issue (mobo or CPU)
Ok, im going to format this SSD, only have windows on it since i use my 1TB HDD for storage
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post #18 of 22
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Ok, i have formatted my SSD, reinstalled windows, everything runs fine.


But now how do i make all the stuff thats installed on my HDD work?

Keeps saying all my programs are installing incorrectly? do i have to format my HDD too?
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post #19 of 22
If you have all your programs installed to a second HDD then you will prolly need to reinstall them. Your other data (music, exe's , videos, etc) will be fine though you will not have to reformat.
So just delete the Program files directory on the second hdd make another and reinstall them all.
post #20 of 22
Sigh, I'm again late.

CLEAR CMOS + An installed AHCI SSD will indeed create errors and BSOD.
You simply had to look into your Sata mangement and swap IDE to AHCI.

Now you have installed a IDE SSD, performance will be decreased.
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