Have you tried running a restore point or recovery console?
Originally Posted by killa_concept
Before reformatting, try using the Chkdsk command via your Windows CD. Then you might want to try the repair function - this will revert you to your original install but keep all your files intact.
Next time, remember to only use stable settings on your main drive. Set up a 10GB or similar drive with a bare OS, Prime95, CPU-Z and HWmonitor. Do all overclock testing on this separate hard drive to avoid OS corruption.
Originally Posted by MADMAX22
Something that I do is run memtest for a while before I boot into windows. This usually gives a show of atleast a little bit of stability and ensures your ram is stable which is the quickest OS killer.
Originally Posted by BlankThis
Well I tried to bump up my OC today and failed miserably... BSOD upon boot so I upped the vCore to 1.4v from 3.875v and tried again.