First post here, apologies if I get something wrong.
I couldnt create a BSOD file, so I had to take a photo - hope this is ok. I have also attached a bootlog file.
My computer was working fine and I hadn't even installed anything new when one morning it simply would not boot without BSOD. It will however boot and work using Safemode with Networking, so I figure it has to be a driver issue?
I have gone into startup system/tools and reduced it to the bare minimum but I still get the issue, so then I tried to run the perfom report but it will not let me in safe mode. I have tried to run a repair from Windows 7 bootup cd, but it comes up with nothing, ditto on memory check.
So attached is the BSOD image (again, sorry I couldn't use the program to grab it) [img]http://s4.**************/2u4vq8tic/IMAG0248.jpg[/img]
and the bootlog file (not sure how useful this is as was booting using minimum stuff anyway)
I know that my machine isn't technically meant to run Windows 7, but it was designed for Vista and so many of the drivers I was able to use from Vista because Windows 7 supported ones were never released (eg soundcard and video driver iirc)
An Acer Aspire 5102 with the AMD TL50 processor
120GB hard drive
It is running Windows 7 Home Premium (single licence) 32bit version
The computer is over 3 years old, the OS is only 1 year old and I have had no problems with it up until the morning of April 1st when the problem started.
I foolishly setup no system restore points or anything else, so have no backup to run the machine from. The only thing I have is an Acronis image from before I upgraded to Windows 7.
I have since bought a Dell XPS because I needed to have a new machine ASAP and am now trying to fix it to sell it. Any help is greatly appreciated.