I don't know what to do now and am about at wits end. I have a fresh Win 7 x64 install and was setting up my various software. Many times I would all of a sudden get a quick scramble of the screen and it would shoot to the BSOD. I was always able to reboot and get back in so I assumed it was a bad display driver
or something something else. I was just going to uninstall and reinstall soft and drivers
until I got it right.
However, the last BSOD seems to be my last. Now when it reboots it simply goes through all of the BIOS stuff but NEVER even attempts to load the OS. It just stops at that stage - and hangs there. No hard drive activity going on - NOTHING.
My RAID says it is healthy and fine in BIOS. When I tab through the boot order it is there and set correctly. The RAM counts up and looks fine... I have no idea what it could be?!?
Did my Mobo go bad somehow?
Are my hard drives (or one of them) corrupt? But if they were, wouldn't I be told that in BIOS?
Is it my RAM? Even though I was running the OS on and off for a few days, and could it all go bad like that? I have tried swapping out different sticks to see, but the thing is I cant even put in my Win 7 DVD and run the memory diag from the install cd. I can get to the point to do it, and it says "you must restart to run the memory bla bla, but when I reboot it doesn't go anywhere. It doesn't load anything from the hard drive, just gets to the "push any button to load from cd"....
I am totally clueless at this point and growing forever frustrated. I hope someone can help me here...