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Aww, That sucks man. I know it may be a pain but have you tried reformatting?
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not yet, my hard drives are full of stuff that i dont want to lose so i'm going to have to get a new hard drive before i do that. is there any way of testing a motherboard? my CPU can run orthos for hours just fine, its opening orthos that takes a long time. this leads me to think that i don't have a CPU problem
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Sounds to me like your drivers and/or windows install is borked. If it runs fine in Safe Mode that would suggest to me that it's a driver problem.

Recommend reinstalling your chipset/mobo/gfx drivers and see if that helps.

Don't take any of this as concrete correctness, but that's what it sounds like to me
    
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