Quote: Originally Posted by Jwoodall92
Just checked and as suspected the clock on the PC is set to 14/09/2011, so the ones your looking at must be the ones from yesterday. I just havent set the time and date since the reinstallation of windows.
That is odd that it is that far off. Anyway, in regards to your blue screens, a few things you can try...
1. Shut down and turn off your computer.
2. Unplug the power from the wall/surge protector.
3. Hold down the power button for 30 seconds to close the circuit and drain capacitors.
4. Remove the computer case and then remove all components from the motherboard (graphics card, memory modules, etc. except CPU and CPU fan).
5. Get a can of air and blow the dust out of all slots and off all components, including the ones you have removed.
6. Reseat all peripherals into the motherboard.
7. Put the case back on.
8. Plug the power back in for the computer.
9. Start your computer up.
10. Go into the BIOS and reset to Defaults to reset the CMOS
11. Fix your RAM timings to the most stable timings
12. Save and exit the BIOS and start your computer normally.
Post back if the above makes a difference. If not, I have a few other things we can test.