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Windows 7: Windows crashing without BSOD.


06 Dec 2011   #11

7 Home primium x64
 
 

Sorry that i have not replied sooner, but i was not able to... Since you said it was a corrupt system i tried to reinstal windows and then look how it would be going. But since my computer crashed while installing windows. Currently trying to fix it but i cant seem to find out how.

Awnsesing via a laptop now, but does anyone have an idea on what to do next or how to troubleshoot further. Thanks

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11 Dec 2011   #12

7 Home primium x64
 
 

Just as an update and for anyone that knows what i should do windows is currently installed, but just cant run. Same problem from before just a nother clean instal
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02 Jan 2012   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Were you ever able to get Windows running again? If you need more assistance, let us know.
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02 Jan 2012   #14

7 Home primium x64
 
 

No i have not. So far my computer is standing still waiting for my HDD's to be testen in an other PC since i honnestly dont know what to do further... It wont boot up atm,

So far i have rules out my PSU (used the one from my brother in law and same thing went wrong)
GPU (full diagnostics during the development of the failing)
RAMM (diagnostic tool via the BIOS said it was running great)

I think since i reinstalled it and the PC failed in the same manner that it is not software, trying to test my pc, but dont know how to test the proccessor (Q6600) or the motherboard (p35c-ds3r)
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02 Jan 2012   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Can you boot anything? Boot CDs, bootable USB files, etc? Try seeing if you can run PartedMagic or Ultimate Boot CD - Overview (which has a lot of diagnostic tools).
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03 Jan 2012   #16

7 Home primium x64
 
 

I can boot CD's and DVD's can run the installer of windows just wont make it to the end. Will try what you just linked thank you,
Gives me a lot to work with.
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03 Jan 2012   #17

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

If you can get into the Windows 7 Installation disc, do the following:
1. Load the disc and turn on/restart the computer
2. Press a key to boot from the DVD
3. When the DVD boots, press Shift + F10 to start a command prompt
4. Find your Windows installation drive by typing the following:
c:
dir
d:
dir
etc. until you find the disk with the Windows directory on it
5. Assuming that disk is c: (just replace c: with whichever letter it actually is)
format c:
6. This will do a full format of the drive and reallocate space to avoid any bad sectors
7. When format completes, Clean Install Windows 7
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03 Jan 2012   #18

7 Home primium x64
 
 

Have already tried the full format of both the HDD's, tried a clean instal but during or fast after the instal the PC gives up. Waiting on the result for the HDD's and will get back, thanks for the help
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19 Jan 2012   #19

7 Home primium x64
 
 

I kinda gave up, going to buy a new Motherboard, CPU, GPU, HDD, SSD, PSU, RAMM, BR-Drive. so that should fix the problem :P thanks for the help guys.
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