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This is a weird problem for me. My machine will boot to the OS and then after about 7 minutes it will lock up and then blue screen, then reboot and hang at the post. If I flip the power off, then back on, it will boot and say overclocking failed. I have reset the bios to defaults and the same situation keeps happening. I have rolled the system back to the 12th of June since the 16th was the critical windows update and still haveing the same issue. I have just now removed one stick of memory and waiting to see if system locks up and will repeat process with other stick if it does. Thats all I have had time to try so far. Any ideas?
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What is the error code displayed on the Blue Screen?
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tell you the truth, it goes too fast to grab it. I forget where to look to get it from logs? Been awhile for me.
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Hard Drive is dying. Replace it.
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Hard Drive is dying. Replace it.
thats what I was thinking, but its a SSD and don't want to jump to conclusions right away. Its also odd it crashes after 7 minutes every time. Not 6,8,9,10. Its always around 7 minutes.
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Type 'Event Viewer' into the Start menu search. It's there somewhere...it's been a while for me, too.
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Go to your BIOS and disable "restart on windows error". It will cause the BSOD to stay up long enough for you to read the error code. Post that when you get it and we can help figure out what is causing it. Possibly a HDD problem. Also check your voltages in the BIOS.
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post #8 of 11
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Go to your BIOS and disable "restart on windows error". It will cause the BSOD to stay up long enough for you to read the error code. Post that when you get it and we can help figure out what is causing it. Possibly a HDD problem. Also check your voltages in the BIOS.
sorry been digging through my BIOS, I don't seem to have that option available. I will try and take a picture or find the crash log with info in it the post it.
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This BSOD doesnt seem to be the same everytime.
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