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Windows 7: Numerous BSOD screens, have tried everything cant find problem!

10 Apr 2013   #61
gregrocker

 

I'm sorry, I must have misunderstood. Which is it?

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I havent formatted my C drive ever.
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I have formatted my computers many times in the past and know exactly how to do it and also how to remove all the bullcrap that HP put in, that was done 2 years ago when I first got this computer.
I realize you consider yourself an expert on this but since you're at the top site for this specialty on the web, could you at least read over the steps in Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 to compare with what you are doing? For example how did you handle drivers?

Others will continue to help with your BSOD but my focus is on the install. Even if cleaned up you need to face the fact that an HP preinstall is the worst install you could possibly have.


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10 Apr 2013   #62
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

No you misunderstood. You asked the last time I reformatted THIS computer and I have not ever done that with THIS computer. I have had NO issues with this computer since I bought it 2 years ago. I formatted, repaired and fixed many of my older computers and my family and friends as well. I just reformatted my sons computer about 2 months ago. I have done it at least 15 times in the past 12 years. My friends and family would bring me their computer when they had crashes and I was always able to fix them. This is the one time I cannot seem to locate the problem. I really need to know if this is hardware or software related. Its the not knowing that is driving my insane. I do NOT want to format unless I know for sure its the windows installation that is causing the crashing. Understand?
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10 Apr 2013   #63
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

I asked about 3 hours ago if you would run memtest86 for 8 passes. You haven't. One of the coded you get often is 0X50 which is a known memory error. yhat was the third time I have asked and never received an answer.
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10 Apr 2013   #64
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

I told you my computer crashed during the long scan of the lifeguard diagnostics and I had to redo it. It is still currently running. The memtest I plan to run at night as you suggested....
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10 Apr 2013   #65
Arc

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

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He is having issues with the GPU (a fair chance is there that it is driven by the CPU) continuously, which is heating high and supposedly failing.

Due to that failure he cannot complete memtest even, still he is not ready to accept that fact that a two years old machine and a two years old installation is not supposed to work as it was new two years ago
Machine decays, machine depreciates, and renewal of parts are must to enhance its working life.

I will not reply in this thread until the GPU is either replaced to another one or to onboard graphics and the clean installation is done. Coz, the posts are just increasing my postcount and not going to any end.
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10 Apr 2013   #66
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

LOL I am not ready to accept what fact??? Seriously? You never told me for sure it was my graphics card and to replace it. I had to ask you if I should do that and still you didnt give me a straight answer. Maybe read these posts back because your confused. Of course I dont expect my machine to run as well as it did 2 years ago, do I look like an idiot?? I am going to run the memtest AGAIN tonight. It was run by me already last week and by 2 repair guys last week as well and came up passed all three times. If you can find anywhere in this thread where you told me it was my graphics card for sure and I should replace I will humbly apologize. I recall asking for advice on which card would work best for my system but no one ever replied to that, said it was my choice. Obviously I needed some guidance on that which is why I asked.

oh and by the way....HE is a SHE. I am a woman, thank you.
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10 Apr 2013   #67
Arc

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I am sorry my lady ... if I sound rude on you. Anyway, for anything I should not be rude on a woman.

But if you have followed the conversations, I have told to switch the GPU many a times in this thread, here, here and here as some examples.

We discussed on it, too. But about the straight answer, please understand that it is remote assistance. Here we can guide you to the path, but cannot verdict on a hardware failure without having a fullproof. You stopped furmark at 93 degree C, manually. And after that, I told you all the time to switch it to onboard graphics, at least to test.

Haven't got the fulproof, coz that will fry your GPU

Before switching the graphics, dont do anything else. You tried memtest but failed already, due to graphics.
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10 Apr 2013   #68
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

Thank you for the apology.

memtest never failed.....not sure why you keep saying that. How do I enable onboard graphics?

I find it very strange that most of my blue screens and problems happen with my first boot of the day. It takes me like 6 or 7 attempts to finally get my system running. Then I get usually no blue screens all day...would a failing graphics card cause that odd behavior? Wouldnt it just keep crashing all day?
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10 Apr 2013   #69
Arc

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

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The HDD test failed .... sorry I addressed it as memtest.

A failing hardware component may cause various types of errors. As all your BSODs are pointing out to the display driver, and the GPU heat fact makes the sense that at first that possibility should be nullified, otherwise we will not be able to proceed with troubleshooting. Thaat is why shifting the graphics it the must.

A cable connects the computer's main hardware and the motherboard. That is either a VGA, or a DVI or a HDMI. In your computer, it is connected in the GPU's area. Open it, and plug it to the motherboard's area, to the appropriate slot. That's all about switching graphics.
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10 Apr 2013   #70
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

So unplug the VGA that is connected to my graphics card and plug it into my motherboard?
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