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Windows 7: [Major Problem] Stuck on "starting windows" screen.


29 Jan 2012   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
Hey duong,

No, cases are made so that air traves into and out, creating more pressure and more flow (if done right). With the case open, the sensors may record less heat, but components may not be getting cooled as well. It shouldn't really be a problem unless you are doing heavy stuff like playing games, etc. Do you notice anything getting hot?

Run MemTest Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool - on each stick of Ram, one at a time until you get errors. It takes a while. There are a certain number of passes you need to let it go for, think the number was 8 or something.

Are you having a memory error or a general hardware error?

Are you overclocking anything? If so, reset your BIOS back to normal.
yeah, my graphic card(Asus 8500GT geforce) has always been hot like 90C - 100C when i'm playing games. Nope i never overclocked it.
i'll do the memtest right away .

thanks!

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29 Jan 2012   #12

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Did you say that the error said memory parity error like your screenshot, or was it a general hardware error?

It could always be your graphics card, because with those temps (90C, holy cow bro you're cooking breakfast in your computer! 70C is hot... 80C and their needs to be some kind of drop in temp or you're cooking...), you are just waiting until something fries, and not the tasty McD's fries either. All plastic tasting and stuff. bad to bake your card like that.
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 [Major Problem] Stuck on "starting windows" screen.




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