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post #11 of 22
Try swapping out your PSU for a friends, Ultra is a pretty junky name.
post #12 of 22
wow this sux...

try a diff PSU... still happens; goto bare minimum mode... onboard GFx... one optical/HD... one stick of RAM, and add a component... restart and so on
    
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Ok I ran Orthos on Blend stress test to stress my CPU and ram for about 7hours already. Did I spend enough time testing to determine that the cause may not be the ram and cpu?? Or should I continue testing??
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It's not the CPU or motherboard or RAM or power supply. I'm out of ideas.
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What are your temperatures?

Also, it could be your hard drive dying..
    
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Would It be my video card?? Because I was messing around with the clock settings on it a few weeks ago... and would turning off the psu and surge protector every night damage the psu??
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post #17 of 22
Take out all the un-needed parts in your computer. Just leave in 1 stick of RAM, CPU, PSU, video card, and HD and see if you get a BSOD with that. If you still do, try putting the RAM in another slot of using the other stick of RAM. If you still get BSOD then its probably a driver/software problem. My anti-virus was causing me to blue screen a while ago and that was how I figured out the problem.
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When I woke up and looked at the monitor, it said reboot and select a proper boot device, or insert a proper boot media, or something like that.
Doen't that normally mean HDD? Something wrong with the boot sectors.....
Try get an old DOS boot disk, Windows 98 CD works to, boot into DOS and run Chkdsk. Might have to format again but atleast youll know if the HDD's faulty or not.

Also check the Bios settings it might have reset to default, especially if the onboard battrys gone flat.
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post #19 of 22
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According to Pc Probe2 my cpu temp is at 64c with orthos running right now and my motherboard is at 39c. Hard drive is 37c read from an external temperature reader on my case. I believe my temp sensor for the cpu on the motherboard is messed up since a lot of other people on asus forums that have my motherboard are getting temperatures around mine. Im sure that the bios has been reset since I cleared the cmos before I wiped my harddrive and I haven't touched my bios since.

edit: my ambient temperature is around 18c
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post #20 of 22
64C is pushing it. Also, are you OCed any? If you're OCed, try running stock and see if you can get stable with that. It's possible that if your PCI or AGP or PCI-e isn't locked while you OC, things like your SATA or other ports/controllers can become unstable. An example is how my SATA won't work with an FSB higher than 223MHz.
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