|29 Apr 2012||#1|
Crashing Hysteria, Not software related?
My computer are acting so weird lately =/
Yesterday the electricity went out in this house, 3 times in a row.
Every these times i tried to start up my computer again, but got shut down while loading.
Then the electricity started going on and off and on and off fast for 3 seconds.
(i know my provider was working on a generator that exploded or something.
Then my computer started turning itself on-off-on-off-on-off until i had to force it to stop.
I waited 30 min and tried to start the pc again, now my pc wanted to run a diskcheck because of these sudden shutdowns.
So i let it do so, until it almost was finished, then i got a Bluescreen and the diskcheck crashed.
i got in to windows in the end, and every program seem to crash, my internet browsers crashing, all my programs popping up errors.
So i decided to try running a new dskchk, i did so and it didnt get better.
I found out, only solution here was a fresh install.
So i actually formatted my drive and reinstalled windows.
Guess what? nothing is better!
I get error when i try to install new programs, browsing internet, i sometimes get bluescreen and i have real problem getting programs installed and working.
Hardware problem? i havent installed any hardware to my computer in a long time.
I also tried to reset bios, didnt work either.
Heres my last bluescreen:
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Asus Crosshair IV
2x4Gb Ocz 1333mhz Memory
Phenom 4 3.4ghz
Radeon HD 6950
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|29 Apr 2012||#3|
That particular crash points to memory as the culprit.
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