Originally Posted by atarione
you take a look at that bsod view thing I linked to you might want to and then post back what it says is going on with the bsod's as something is wrong if it is hanging on the bios also...
Most of the time my computer will freeze and not even post a BSOD requiring me to manually reboot the computer.
Nonetheless, I ran Whocrashed software any it has not given me an error relating to Drivers. Only the 1033 code that I had previously which is hardware related. I checked my PSU with DR Power 2 with no error, ran memtest, ran chkdisk, replaced my CMOS, double checked my connections, replaced my thermal compound, have normal temps, and still am having this problem.
I can only narrow it down to the motherboard however, I still think it can be the PSU despite the tester not giving me an error. The motherboard has no sign of bulges or bad compositors.
I really want to build a new PC as this is quite old, but I don't have the funds right now and hoping that for my Birthday/Christmas I will get it as a gift from my parents