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post #31 of 38
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what would be the next step in fixing this seemingly never ending problem?
post #32 of 38
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would you recommend i try doing a reinstall of windows? will that fix the problem?
post #33 of 38
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I'd like to add that my son might of downloaded a BIOS flasher some time ago and flashed the bios using Toshiba Bios Flasher Launcher within windows.
post #34 of 38
A clean reinstall would help to eliminate OS and software problems. If you don’t have problems like backup or special programs I would recommend doing it. As for the BIOS you can always flash the previous version of it after you have tried a clean install.
post #35 of 38
If you download Hardware Monitor http://www.cpuid.com/downloads/hwmonitor/1.24-setup.exe you can see if your CPU or GPU are overheating. CPU seem to be pretty hot, GPU may be overheating, just a possibility. This will show the temps for both. It either one is overheating you may need to take off your CPU/GPU heatsink, reapply thermal paste, and or change the CPU/GPU cooling fan. If you have two sticks of memory try removing one at a time and see if that helps. Just some options.

You can also try underclocking your video card using MSI afterburner to make it stable if it is the culprit, had to do this on a work computer to get through until replacement parts arrived
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Corsair Dominator gt 2133 4*4 Crucial M4 128 Western Digital Caviar Black 640 ASUS DVD 
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ASUS BLU RAY XSPC RAYSTORM Total of 5x140 rads Windows 7 ultimate 
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HP 24inch Thermaltake Challenger pro Corsair HX850 Coolermaster Storm Trooper 
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post #36 of 38
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Hey so i just did a clean install, it seems my computer is still not registering my graphic card? i think its been doing this for a while, and i only get blue screen of deaths when i try playing a game/loading a hard video, also i have downloaded the program and will post the results after its done
post #37 of 38
have you tried installing proper gpu drivers? Maybe the gpu is on its way out
post #38 of 38
If the problem is in the GPU, installing its drivers will cause BSOD. With the generic drivers of windows you will be able continue working but playing game or using flash will be not possible.
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