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Hello, this is my first post, although I've been lurking for a long time now. As of right now my computer is toast, let me provide some background. I went to try and OC my cpu again (I've been having trouble for awhile now), and it failed, miserably. It resulted in me needing to do a CMOS hard reset, after doing so I think it may have reset by bios driver to an older one; I think this because my bios key used to be f8, and now it would display it as del. But other than that everything was fine and dandy. I then noticed that it was running my ram at 1333mhz on auto when my ram is 1600mhz, so I stupidly set it to manual and changed it to 1600, but didn't change the voltage. This is where everything went wrong. After doing so, every time I turned on my PC and try to run windows it would crash do a blue screen. So I went back into my bios and set it to the defaults, restarted the pc, and the same screen. Wen back into the bios set it to fail safe settings, same thing. After setting it back to default I noticed that my auto normal voltage was at 1.41..., opposed to the normal 1.26, and the same thing with fail safe settings. Now I can only start it in recovery mode, and even after it runs all of it's stuff it doesn't have any results. When I restore to previous restore points it either fails, or it works then there is no change to the start up issue. And on the blue screen that it crashes to it says to do a check disk, and when I do so in recovery mode it says my disk is write protected, yet I am the only user, and am signed in as that only user... I do not wish to lose the data on my hard drive, but it wouldn't be the end of the world, and I have no idea what to do, and ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated, especially if they get my rig up and running before Bioshock Infinite comes out.
And attached is an image of the error when it first crashed after the ram speed increese (I only saw this once)
-Thank you
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SSD or Hard Drive?
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HDD, I've got all my specs in my rig thing, but I don't know how easy it is to access that. Would it help for me to go do a copy/paste of it?
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post #4 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by mparkc View Post

HDD, I've got all my specs in my rig thing, but I don't know how easy it is to access that. Would it help for me to go do a copy/paste of it?

Just go to your profile, edit your signature and you'll see a "Show off your stuff" menu where you can select your rig. Then it'll show in your signature so it will be easy for people to see smile.gif
post #5 of 15
What have the BCCode errors been?

should be something like 0x000004F... something or other like that.
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post #6 of 15
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Well here is a photo of the blue screen I get, I think this is what you were looking for. I hope.

http://i.imgur.com/cs6ejqt.jpg
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post #7 of 15
I believe your hard drive is dying.
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post #8 of 15
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It's like 3 months old, is there any way to test this?
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post #9 of 15
Running an HDD diagnostic could help determine this.
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post #10 of 15
I'd check the memory's correct voltage with the manufacturer. I would then set it to that to prevent memory-related issues.
The BSODs sound like either a dead HDD or dead RAM. I had a set of RAM with a bad sector that threw BSODs for months! (It coincided with me getting Win 8 so I blamed that instead)
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