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Windows 7: Different BSoDs, mostly caused by ntoskrnl.exe

28 Oct 2012   #81
thead1247

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1 (Bulid 7601)
 
 

Is a clean install wiping everything everything off it?


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28 Oct 2012   #82
thead1247

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1 (Bulid 7601)
 
 

I have some software that does a clean install. There is more about it in post #14.
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28 Oct 2012   #83
koolkat77

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28 Oct 2012   #84
thead1247

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1 (Bulid 7601)
 
 

I have got system recovery software that came free with the laptop
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28 Oct 2012   #85
koolkat77

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thead1247 View Post
I have got system recovery software that came free with the laptop
Yup I understand. But then it comes with allot of bloatware.
See this Clean Up Factory Bloatware
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29 Oct 2012   #86
thead1247

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1 (Bulid 7601)
 
 

This may sound a bit stupid, but is there any way of creating a system repair disc on another computer, then using that disc to repair the laptop?
Also, I noticed My CPU clock speed runs at 798MHZ. I think this is a hardware problem.
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29 Oct 2012   #87
Arc

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First you set your CPU clock to default, and then go for a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.
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29 Oct 2012   #88
thead1247

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1 (Bulid 7601)
 
 

How do I set my CPU clock speed to default?
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29 Oct 2012   #89
Arc

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First, enter into your BIOS settings. The key is listed on your motherboard splash screen, you see on the power on the computer.

Then, Advanced Chipset Features > CPU Multiplier > Restore Default settings.

Accept and escape from BIOS settings.
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