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Or $900. Since it's two years old, and AFAIK, MSI only makes gaming oriented laptops, the first thing I'd recommend is the old canned air treatment. I'd love to know what going wrong, though I'm a bit sceptical about it being the hardware's fault. The same computer works just fine with Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) without a single crash whatsoever, so it can't really be a broken RAM module or something like that, can it? this content
When you reload the page, you'll see the properly formatted comment, including the lines. My thing is dual boot with linux---ubuntu or mint works Reply Crazie Flawed Narcissistic-VampDoll January 19, 2013 at 4:47 pm Not that i am looking forward to my next crash but I already had a GTX 980ti I purchased about a month ago, which influenced this system upgrade. What the hell is going on ? http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/215099-bsod-reloaded-fresh-but-still-happening.html
Might work though, Only i didn't do it as he did it with his fix.THanks to everyone who shared ideas regarding this problem. tick ...., and i wait then after 5 min its all okey again, what can it be ? For a PC it could actually tell you what is wrong with it Self. .?
- gonna try to run it like this.
- I have run chkdsk, memory check, etc.
- And you need to buy a better one than what you had ..Faster w/ more hard drive and all the Bells And whistles ..
Please help. Even though many advise against it, I suggest using a little compressed air at the same time to loosen things up a bit. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: My computer keeps crashing randomly and rebooting. This is less likely to fix your problem, but may still work.
I like to experiment with software, so Linux is on a dual-boot with WIn7. I don´t know how to solve it... The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/solved-bsod-still-after-format-629300.html One HDD sits about under the "numlock" button on the keyboard.
Take a FREEWindows Registry scanto find errors that cancause PC problems. Christine Reply Keith Swartz January 18, 2013 at 5:29 pm Awesome, Good, GREAT Stuff! I don't see that you use it (yet) but I am sure going to. I will report back.
it's either Hardware or Software; Hope that helps!!! read this article Your not supposed to.. Ladies and Gentlemen, I am at a loss. Guys, is there any way to tell if the motherboard is at fault?
Try it with another PC, if possible, to confirm the drive is the problem. news But, ive checked both the ssd and the ram, unless i did not test well enough then they both seem fine. Reply Patti Hogey January 19, 2013 at 2:48 am Great job covering the issues and pointing me in the right direction for solutions.Oh I am So glad I found MUO. Reply Hélder Ricardo Pereira January 17, 2013 at 5:03 pm I have Windows 7 crashing on a weekly basis so this article comes in good time.
Hope you can use that link and help me get this figured out. I'd try just repartitioning and go from there. It simply shuts off instantly. have a peek at these guys If you can still boot to the drive try running a free hard drive test Find Out How Healthy And Fast Your Hard Drive Is With These Two Free Windows Applications
Aiman11 Follow This Step ! *Right Click *Properties *Compatibility *Run This Program In ( Windows XP ) - Service Pack 3 *Tick Enable this program to work with SkyDrive File *OK Code: Event: Log Name: System Source: Ntfs Date: 2012-02-08T18:35:43.322 Event ID: 55 Task: N/A Level: Error Opcode: N/A Keyword: Classic User: N/A User Name: N/A Computer: FrikkiCup-PC Description: The file system Regardless; - it happens least than once a year on my W7 64 bit, so I'm not messin' up a good OS by bringing in W8 before I'm 100% sure it's
Re: 0x7E BSOD after applying wim image and install drivers with dism (W7 x64) Kenyon Sep 30, 2016 8:10 AM (in response to Miguel) What machine vendor are you working with? Let’s take a look at the 10 most likely reasons why Windows crashes. Contributor charlesmilette commented Mar 16, 2016 I never had to press the PlayStation button on the controller for it to get assigned. solved Blue screen of death.
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. Solder joints have likely become very brittle and some may well have cracked causing intermittent cold solder joints based on the thermal expansion/contraction of the unit. yeah - that's pretty much my vote. check my blog But, at the same time after reading the posts here I started thinking about something.
Use Intel or Gigabyte.Then: go back to your life. if not re-set your bios to defualt settings Outlander_04Jun 14, 2009, 2:48 PM Using the recovery console is not the best way to proceed I feel its unlikely you have a D. I've also had malware bites installed since the day I booted it up.
bailojustinMar 27, 2016, 4:02 PM It might be a very memory intensive game, I'm not 100% sure, it may actually be the way the game is coded and how it's rendered Windows easily gets caught in an infinite loop, Task Manager seldom accurately identifies which app is responsible. I'd take notes of the BSOD when possible and search but yielded no usable results.