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The other day I was forced to run an update on my Windows 7 64bit. During the update process my system BSOD'd. I did a system anaylis and went into the recovery panel and it asked to notify Microsoft and I said yes, rebooted, and I logged in and my system was going nuts. I immediately went into the update panel and forced two critical updates. After the update process everything seemed to go ok. My system would lag for a few days. Now this morning I boot and my system will be ok for 2-3 mins, lockup and force a reboot. I cant even do a Ctrl + Alt + Del. When I rebooted I immediately did a task manager and reviewed performance. Watched my CPU and RAM while I was trying to setup a dump log and it did it again. Logged into safe made with networking, thought maybe a good idea to run anti-virus and I get a BSOD after 2-3 mins. Now running a memtest. Before forced reboot I would watch my CPU and it would drop to 0% activity and RAM would be around 2gb usage.

So my questions are:
Any ideas?
I have so many issues and I in the right forum?
Could this be hdd related (Im running a Raptor right now for the OS)?
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The issue can stem from a number of different things. The general consensus when you reach a problem that deteriorates to the point you're at it's usually best to backup what you need to and perform a reinstall/re-image.

That being said - it sounds like your install is corrupt - could be due to hardware or the OS/update/BSOD all at the same time (probably the most likely case).

If you can get your system into safe mode and run CMD - do this: sfc /scannow - at least see if it can repair any inconsistencies within the OS system files/file system. Will probably NOT solve your problem, but will help maybe get you back to slightly better-than-current operation to see if you can fix further.

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