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Just got a new computer with windows 7, it was working fine yesterday.
The next day I turn it on... just after the windows 7 logo thing comes together, the screen goes black and stays black then I get blue screen of death. It kept doing the same thing, the odd time it lets me on. I have tried reinstalling windows, error comes up, "files are missing or corrupt or missing".

My PC wont install updates it just freezes, whenever i just and install a program it fails giving me errors. I tried system restore.. blue screen of death.

Help me please
    
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post #2 of 20
Is this a just bought pre-fab, or a just bought build it yourself.
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post #3 of 20
If you are running it overclocked, try returning everything to factory defaults and see if it is still giving you these errors. BSOD could be a result of an unstable OC, so give that a shot and see if it fixes things.
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Originally Posted by Velathawen View Post
If you are running it overclocked, try returning everything to factory defaults and see if it is still giving you these errors. BSOD could be a result of an unstable OC, so give that a shot and see if it fixes things.
Ok ill give it a go.
    
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post #6 of 20
Sounds like you could have some HDD issues. Try this:

Start in Safe Mode ~
Run 'cmd' ~
Run : sfc /scannow (let it finish completely)
Run : chkdsk /r (may need to restart for it to run, it will ask you if it does, type 'y' and reboot)

Hopefully that might fix some of your issues.
    
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post #7 of 20
It says pre oced to 4Ghz? lol. Bet thats it right there. U should manually OC bit by bit. These guys who build these system 99% of the time don't know ****.
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post #8 of 20
I would say downclock it to 3.5Ghz Good luck mate.
    
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Ok, I'm at 2.79 Ghz it's looking good so far.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iSeann View Post
Ok, I'm at 2.79 Ghz it's looking good so far.
Also, reading your sig rig, you do not need 4Ghz with that HDD, if you had a SSD (~300MB/s+) then yeah maybe..
    
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