Thanks for the reply, it's of the best I've received from a tech help forum
I'm running the HD scan now, the quick scan came up with nothing, the longer scan will be complete in an estimated 2.5 hours. I do have a feeling it's the audio drivers
, as I said, my line-out rear port is no longer functioning.
I was just wondering what the most simple method of uninstalling the drivers would be.
I previously tried to uninstall the realtek drivers, however different error messages came up. Also when I tried to disable the windows audio in the Hardware Manager, the window became unresponsive and froze. I'll get back to you about the exact error messages after this extended test is complete.
I'll also post the additional information you suggested.
Oh, something else I noticed, when I made the CD for this HD test, the BSOD didn't happen, the computer rebooted normally. However, the audio is still an issue.
Seems everything is fixed now. The BSODs somehow resolved themselves, may have been from my fiddling with audio drivers.
The audio also works now after I opened up the case and messed with the onboard audio (pushed it down a bit into the board, may have been knocked a little loose during movement) and pushed down any headers incase they were loose, although they seemed on there pretty tight.
Thanks for the help