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Originally Posted by bf3player1978 View Post

Windows boot manager appears asking to boot to win7 or memory diagnostic. After that it Bsod

One of the BSODs could have corrupted OS. Is repairing the OS an option / have you tried it already? If so, I would recommend an OS reinstall so we can move on and see if this is a hardware issue.

Before reinstalling the OS, though... I would recommend resetting all overclocks (if any) to stock via the BIOS and trying to boot again to make sure this isn't an unstable overclock
Edited by pjBSOD - 4/6/12 at 9:06pm