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Windows 7: BSOD - 0x0000007E,0X000000D1,0X000000A,0X000000D1


26 Mar 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
BSOD - 0x0000007E,0X000000D1,0X000000A,0X000000D1

HI,everone

One day,while I'm using,the computer suddenly black screen,I reboot my computer.But,after the reboot,I can't get into Windows anymore,it always blue screen.
I can't boot from safe mode,or even can't install windows.......Whatever what I do,it will still show me a bluescreen

I have test the computer with different RAM,HDD,SSD,Display card and motherboard.....But I still get the same problem...What should I do now

Thanks everyone!

Intel I5 760
MSI-P55A-G55
Corsair 2GB-1333Mhz x4
OCZ Vertex 2 60GB
WD Caviar Black 640GB
Galaxy GTX 460
Corsair VX550

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26 Mar 2012   #2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

So you experience blue screens even when you're booting into the Windows install from the Windows cd? If that's the case, then you can be certain it's a hardware problem, or your BIOS is bugged. I'm not sure how one could go about flashing the BIOS in this case. You'll want to read your motherboard's instruction manual on details regarding that.

However, you did say you replaced your motherboard and it still caused couldn't boot into the Windows cd without blue screening? Given the amount of hardware you replaced, the only ones left are the CPU and the PSU. The PSU or CPU may be dead, or the CPU has been experiencing overheating which could probably be due to not applying thermal paste properly and/or seating the heatsink incorrectly (or the CPU fan is just plain dead). Make sure this isn't the case.
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26 Mar 2012   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Thanks for your reply first!

Whatever what I do,it is still a blue screen.When I try to install a new Windows,after loading the disc,it will be a blue screen

I've update my BIOS to the newest version,I've change all of my hareware(HDD,RAM,Display,PSU,MB,except CPU because I have only one I5 CPU),but it just still blue screen.....

I think it should not have overheat because I enter the BIOS and the BIOS show that the CPU is just about 30-35 degree.

But I can boot into Windows PE and do things there (I download from the internet and burn to a booting disc).....Except Windows PE,if I do anything about Windows,a blue screen will shown....
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27 Mar 2012   #4

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Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Can you confirm that your Windows cd doesn't have any scratches, smudges, or any other sort of bruising? Is it also a genuine Windows cd?

There should not be any reason why your Windows installation would affect your Windows install cd environment. If you are booting into it properly (as in you are seeing the "Press a key to boot into the cd..." or similar prompt at startup) and you are still getting blue screen in it, it means the cd is damaged, or you have hardware malfunctioning.
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28 Mar 2012   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Yes,I can make sure that the cd can work fine because I can use this cd to install windows on the other computer.

I think it should be a hardware malfunctioning( because I have used both USB or CD to install windows, but I still get blue scrren)......

However, I have tested RAM,Display card,HDD,Motherboard,DVD-ROM and PSU, but there is nothing wrong in these hardware

I think it may be CPU problem, but can I boot on the computer if there is a problem on the CPU, because I can boot into Windows PE......
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28 Mar 2012   #6

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Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

How did you test the PSU? The only way to do so is to swap PSUs or use a multimeter. How did you test the other hardware like the motherboard? Did you do so by replacing them?

Yes, you can boot into the computer with a problem on the CPU. There may be specific functions that will trigger the CPU to fail which seem to consistently occur when attempting to install Windows.
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28 Mar 2012   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I test the hardware by changing them to another computer, and they all work fine.

I have tried another PSU( Cooler Master GX550), and I still get the same problem, so I think my Corsair VX550 is not the reason of causing the blue screen.
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28 Mar 2012   #8

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

So you would remove a part, put it in the other computer, run that computer with the part for a while, perhaps stress testing, find it's ok, then put it back into the problematic PC and then take another part and repeat the same process? How did you manage to accomplish this when testing the motherboard?
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28 Mar 2012   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Yes, I'm doing the same process to test the hardware.

I take the motherboard to Horrington Computers Company( the factors of the MSI in Hong Kong), they said that the motherboard has no problem........


I'm sorry for my poor English, I hope you can understand what I'm saying
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28 Mar 2012   #10

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Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

So you removed the CPU from the motherboard before sending it to them?

It might be then that the memory you use for this motherboard is incompatible with it, which is why it would work on the motherboard in the other computer but not with this one. That, or the CPU is indeed the problem.
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