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Again, I am reassured that the thermal paste might just work, not counting on it though. I found out that with some motherboards, "RAPID" technologies (Intel or Samsung) were causing freezes. * Samsung : in Samsung Magician, disable RAPID option * Intel : Uninstall Intel RAPID software Dun dun dun!I will do some for testing. Back to top #8 JohnC_21 JohnC_21 Members 16,065 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:06 AM Posted 06 September 2016 - 09:06 AM Sorry to hear the problem has returned. this contact form

I am switching back to windows 7 and my next PC will hopefully be able to handle W8. Also they told me that if I bought new Silicon Power SSD, there is no need to upgrade the firmware. the Windows logo screen.System halt errors (famously known as blue screen of death) that calls out the processor as an issue.RAM:Bluescreens (bluescreen of death)Random crashes or rebootsCrashing during heavy memory use Thanks, Ryan. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2000526/windows-crashing-fresh-install.html

Blue Screen During Windows 7 Install

Keep checking back and don't disappear! Everything works great now. EDIT2: I successfully updated through Windows Update and no problems so far!

Specs: i7-4790k (OC'ed to 4.4Ghz) 16 GB RAM MSI gaming 7 Z97 mobo 2x MSI 970's in SLI SSD for OS and HDD for games Windows 10 Home (upgraded from 8.1) Skip to content Something Odd! CX units are good, but not as well built as the TX, HX, or AX units. The linux distro would also let you create a dual boot system.

gumbykidFeb 24, 2014, 11:12 PM There's a possibility that you may have to reapply it. Blue Screen After Reinstalling Windows 7 And it was awkward getting the heat sink on. MS finally updated the stock AHCI controller driver from version 10.0.14393.0 to 10.0.14393.206 in this new cumulative update. A bootable antivirus tool BitDefender Rescue CD Removes Viruses When All Else Fails BitDefender Rescue CD Removes Viruses When All Else Fails Read More  like a BitDefender Rescue CD or an avast!

Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top Back to Windows Crashes, BSOD, and Hangs Help and Support 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous Tremendously, Stanss Reply viswa March 25, 2015 at 4:38 pm My laptop repeats the same message even if I force restart it and it does not restart after gathering information Reply gumbykidFeb 21, 2014, 12:07 PM Memtest usually needs to run overnight because it takes a few hours to get enough passes. This is simple procedure that doesn’t require any third-party tools, and you can revert easily to the previous build right from the Settings app or by using Advanced startup.

  • Both of these fixes were necessary to restore full function in my case.
  • Reply Jonathan says: February 21, 2015 at 8:19 am This actually worked for me.
  • Don't worry though I won't leave this thread.
  • Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup settings and click the Restart button.
  • I did a clean install 8 months ago and never reinstalled "Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver" and always had freezing issue for 10-15s, but with the latest update 1min freezing.
  • Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings and enter Safe Mode to identify and fix problems with your computer.
  • Does not POST (Power-On Self Test)Computer turns on, fans run at highest speeds, still no POST, and not operating system loading.Computer powers on, but turns off immediately.In Windows (or any other
  • I don't know if this might be the reason, but so far using a local account avoids this freezing.
  • Solution 5 - Disable Secure Boot from BIOS One potential solution is to disable Secure Boot.

Blue Screen After Reinstalling Windows 7

I had one of their HX units fail out of the box. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/625786/windows-10-freezes-randomly-even-after-fresh-install/ Maybe its impossible to fully understand. Blue Screen During Windows 7 Install Reply Jonathan says: March 5, 2014 at 12:18 am Same problem, but I can't revert to anything older since installing GTX 750 Ti which requires the newest drivers. Blue Screen When Installing Windows 7 From Usb As suggested above, I was able to switch between IDE and AHCI via a first boot in to safe mode to load the correct drivers each time and then a further

Pc freezes, even after reinstall, changed components solved Computer randomly freezes even after a rebuild and I can't figure out what it is. weblink I noticed they updated a few drivers (Realtek Audio, ASMedia SATA, Intel Management Engine, ASMedia USB) on August 3rd, 2016. Final update and Solved flair will come when the problem is fixed by MS. You’ll need to replace the faulty component. Memtest86

It will take a day or two more to arrive by the way. Thanks for taking the time to post your solution. It gets faster and faster until it starts freezing after just a couple of minutes like it was on Saturday. navigate here Then I made sure all of my programs were updated (GeForce Experience had a new beta, Origin needed updating, UPlay needed updating, etc) Then I unplugged everything from my USB ports

Rams AnirudhJan 31, 2014, 9:52 AM codersanchez said: Rams Anirudh said: I suggest you to run a check disk, you know due to these unstable things your computer crashed too many To perform a sfc scan, follow these steps: Press Windows Key + X to open Power User Menu. I contacted the Silicon Power support and they told me that when u are using SSD, it is recommended that you set up AHCI mode in BIOS.

I'm considering moving to Linux because of this, it's fucking annoying as hell.

Gary Pierantoni I installed the update and my pc was sluggish, my wifi kept shutting off and some of the drivers for my MB were not recognized (MSI H170 so not Open the Settings app, and click/tap on the System icon. NVIDIA will always have the newest with Profile updates as WHQRL and Beta drivers. Close Registry Editor and restart your PC.

Both OS worked without issue in IDE mode but I enabled AHCI through the BIOS to speed up the drive. does resetting the clock resolve the issue? By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. http://openfeedback.org/blue-screen/bsod-on-fresh-install.php First, boot into Safe Mode How To Boot Into Safe Mode In Windows 8 How To Boot Into Safe Mode In Windows 8 In Safe Mode, you can troubleshoot and fix Windows

boot from the Windows 7 DVD and when you get to the screen for installing Windows, go to Advanced Options and completely DELETE the partition and then select option to format. i contacted nvidea and they are now aware that this might be the problem they will help out others with this information, most people blamed nvidea and windows software for this Edit: I did a traditional clean install via USB permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]CoMiGa 3 points4 points5 points 5 months ago(0 children)I am also having this issue. Well now I have the new build and it works, obviously.

However, since I can (consistently now) use the PC for a good few hours before freezing begins, I am 'fairly' confident that it would be successful. I'd need every single tip I can get.If you need some more information please tell me.Critical errors in my Eventmanager:Greetings,Chris.MY HARDWARE:CPU: AMD FX 8350 (@8x4,0Ghz)Mainboard: MSI 970 GamingGPU: MSI Geforce GTX Then I phoned Samsung and they managed to solve the problem. I have the stock cooler with the pre-applied paste and I do get the impression that AMD wouldn't be good with since they didn't even provide a heat sink with that

permalinkembedsaveparentreportreplyload more comments(1 reply)[–]Carbuzzer 1 point2 points3 points 5 months ago(1 child)Same issue here. Apple - Apple devices, services discussions. I was working with Windows 10 before. I also didn't realize my bios default overclock so I turned that off.

It says Machine Check Exception 0x000009cSomething tells me that by not resetting my mobo to default settings before the clean install has brought some unstability to my PC. oste0130Feb 28, 2012, 9:40 PM Out of curiousity, why would a clean install of windows bring memory issues to fruition? I replaced them all and the problem seems to be resolved. To do a clean install which if I still had problems would mean I could not rollback.

PresidentDylan5Feb 22, 2014, 5:59 PM Well I have had the test (prime95) running for about half an hour now and no freeze, and they fans seem to be running relatively quiet If you get errors that's almost certainly the problem; return them if they are within warranty, or buy new modules if they are not.