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28 Apr 2010  
MadMaxData

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

You didn't provide any specs for your PSU. That's kinda' important considering the graphics card your currently running.

It could be a few other things too. RAM, or GFX card not properly seated [causing the BSOD's]. USB controller driver needs updated. USB controller isn't enabled in BIOS. Not enough clean power from PSU.

Most likely your problem is one, or more, of the above.
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