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Actually these were taken with my Droid Bionic since I can't even get the thing to boot windows to get a screen shot.

Last week I replaced my SSD as it completely died on me and couldn't be read. After about a day on a freshly installed Windows 7 on the new SSD, I started having problems. Seeing artifacts, random freezes, BSOD, etc.

I've memory tested. Prior to the meltdown I Prime95'd and didn't see anything unusual with the processor. Temperatures are not a problem.

I've been needing to replace my video card for awhile, so now is as good a time as any, but I want to make sure that's what it is before I spend several hundred $ doing it, when I should have been replacing something else like my PSU if its the problem.



    
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Have you tried re-flashing your BIOS? / Updating your BIOS?

[EDIT] Hmmm, Thinking on it... It may be your GPU, or maybe a corruption of your SSD...

After re-reading your post and seeing the pictures again, Do you know the BSOD code? 0x00000116? That's a Card error.
Edited by Diber - 10/23/11 at 5:48pm
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No I haven't tried reflashing the bios. It's probably been 6 months since I have updated it. I suppose it is possible that the bios could have become corrupt, that thought was just way down on my list of possibilities.
    
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[EDIT] Hmmm, Thinking on it... It may be your GPU, or maybe a corruption of your SSD...

After re-reading your post and seeing the pictures again, Do you know the BSOD code? 0x00000116? That's a Card error.
I never was able to get the BSOD code. The screen would only flash for a moment and then reset.

I'm pretty sure it isn't the SSD, as when it is unplugged, I still get the same type of problems booting up.
    
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Check the Event Viewer, you can get the BSOD code from there
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Try reseating the card

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Check the Event Viewer, you can get the BSOD code from there
He said it won't boot into Windows
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He said it won't boot into Windows
Bah, now i feel 'tarded.... Sorry about that.

@ Dittoz, do you have another GPU that you can test the comp with? or another comp that works that you can test THIS GPU in?
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Bah, now i feel 'tarded.... Sorry about that.

@ Dittoz, do you have another GPU that you can test the comp with? or another comp that works that you can test THIS GPU in?
No that would have been my first move. The other desktop only has an AGP slot, and this card takes a PCI Express. And the other video card is obviously an AGP card. So ugh...no go there.
    
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You can get a card for $20 or so just go grab one or find a really weak one in freebies maybe?
Good to have as a backup/debug check for as long as PCIE is used...
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