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Windows 7: BSOD - stop: 0x0000001E - Windows 7

08 Oct 2012   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

flip, my pc has more probs now than before the m.b went caput haha...just wondering if theres any reference to the graphics card/drivers? as today the screen has had horizontal multi coloured non static lines on it,like the on screen graphics have got a major glitch, several times when trying to load up web pages,even when nothing else is running & the keyboard etc has frozen so ive had to manually turn off the pc. I have changed to a different hdmi cable but still it persists (both hdmi cables working on different devices) will run that prog tonight see whats what

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08 Oct 2012   #12

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit SP 1

If you want to change the graphics card, go according to your budget and choice, but take nVidia.
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19 Oct 2012   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Ok my pc totally died didn't get chance to run anything.took it back to shop where the had to do a fresh windows reinstall.they also replaced the graphics card so the sound problem was fixed (was able too see this for myself in the shop) however just got it home booted it up,it asked me to restart pc then froze.I'm now getting a no signal message to the monitor arrrgg!it worked fine in the shop so why not at home.tried a different monitor,still no signal,and tried 3 hdmi cables now and again still nothing help,I can't get access to the RAM card to reset it,plus can't see how this should need doing,as I said it worked in the shop have opened it up to see if anything had come undone,but all cables etc firmly seated...HELP!! Please and thankyou
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19 Oct 2012   #14

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit SP 1

Strange. Very strange.
First make it sure that your monitor's power connection is working properly, there is no problem with the electric chords. And if it is OK, then the best option for you is to either take the monitor to the shop, too, so that it can be tasted on your own monitor; or take one technician at home, who will be able to check it.... overall.
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25 Oct 2012   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

yes very strange...i was able to get onto it, for not even 5 mins, it on again and event viewer said something about the keyboard and a port (iso8..or something along those lines) i have tried a seperate monitor,different power cables, 2 hdmi tv's and now bought a usb keyboard (because of the event viewer error) and a usb mouse but still it refuses to play did load up when i put in new keyboard,but while starting up i got the bsod error (0x0000003B) which says its something to do with new device or hardware installation (only thing new is the graphics card that was workig fine in the shop & the keyboard) today it wont even load up the power light on the tower just keeps flashing and no beeps when i start it up...i begrudge paying out any more money,as it cost me a small fortune to start with (now another 250 all in with new m.b,fresh install of windows,keyboard & mouse)
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25 Oct 2012   #16
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

Hi, Firstly I would not accept what this shop has done for you. They don't seem reliable at all and I would insist they really fix it. without any more money to them!

On drivers, Windows Update often is behind and reports them as up to date when they aren't. The HDMI audio comes from your graphics card, nVIDIA and Realtek is built in your motherboard.

Anyway, if you are getting lines on the monitor I think the new GPU may be junk.

Your BIOS is dated, visit the board's web page to see if there is a newer one, there may not be but worth a check. Also the same for the GPU, use nVIDIA's site NVIDIA Driver Downloads - Advanced Search and follow this:

Try these steps to install only the graphics driver.

1.Download the preferred driver and save it to the desktop.
2.Double click the installer and you will see a screen where it will be extracted to, change that to your desktop.
3.Open Device Manager through Control Panel.
4.Expand Display adapters and right click the name for yours and choose Update Driver\Browse my Computer. Select the driver folder you just saved on the desktop. Click Next.
5. Your system should say "Windows has successfully updated your driver software".

If you get a window saying you already have the most current driver, go back to step 4 and choose Uninstall Driver software instead. Then restart from step 3.
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