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Windows 7: Very frequent BSODs


26 Apr 2012   #51

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xDeathSwitchx View Post
It gets power, fans run, any lights ect ect. But there is no display. Out on my graphics card or that graphic processor that's integrated into the motherboard.
Before you give up, just wanted to check one possibility: Did you try a different display? Any chance the current display is the issue?

I imagine you already thought of this, but figured it would be better to add it just in case.

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26 Apr 2012   #52

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xDeathSwitchx View Post
Well, I didn't get to run any other test but I'm gonna mark this as solved. As that may sound like a good thing, unfortunately, it's not. My computer won't even turn on anymore. And what I mean by that is. It gets power, fans run, any lights ect ect. But there is no display. Out on my graphics card or that graphic processor that's integrated into the motherboard. So I'm going to build a new pc. I don't really have much money to deal with but I'll start with a new motherboard. I know some friends that may have parts laying around. I know my ram and power supply are good for sure. Not too sure about the CPU and hard drive. I'm pretty sure that GFX card is good. But I'll find out. Thanks for all the help. And even though I have a broke down PC. You did help me with all the BSOD's on the software side. You guys helped my find out it was hardware and find out my ram was good. I do really appreciated. I plan on sticking around this forum. It's a great place. Maybe not too much at the moment but once I have my OWN computer again. I will be sure to check here daily.


Thank you all so much!
I'm with writhziden here. Don't give up. Let's do some hardware trouble shooting. If you are not getting a post screen we need to disconnect everything. Let's disconnect all external devices, leaving only the keyboard. Disconnect the SATA cable going to all Optical drives and HDDs. Remove the GPU and connect the monitor to your Onboard video. Try to reboot. If you still don't post, remove one stick of RAM and reboot, still no post? Remove another stick of RAM. Do this until you post. If you get to the last stick of RAM and you still don't post, remove it and reinstall the stick removed prior to the last one being removed.

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