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Windows 7: BSOD Help

27 May 2011   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate x64


My video card drivers are up to date, and have been this entire time. I updated my bios with ASUS Update V7.18.03 (a program that allows you to update bios while in OS). I've installed every necessary download available from both asus and amd. And still i get BSOD's 1e 3d , and now, 4e. On top of that, sometimes my computer will just restart as soon as i log in, no BSOD at all. Oh, and there are BSOD's where the crash dump freezes at 90%.

And now, as if the BSOD's weren't enough, after a BSOD, my MOBO won't post (using either the integrated video card, or the Radeon), unless i flash the bios by removing the battery from the MOBO for 5+ min, and even then, once I've gone into the bios setup and entered the time and date, and then logged into windows, it's likely that i get another BSOD, and the process starts over.

I've contacted ASUS about the MOBO not posting and they are sending me a new motherboard, but honestly, i want to know what is going on with my computer. THIS IS SERIOUS BUSINESS

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