Quote: Originally Posted by ickymay
Quote: Originally Posted by DUMBARRANGER56
Quote: Originally Posted by TildeMerand
Double post, But you also mentioned that safe mode Sometimes starts.
Could you please post what Safe mode stops on? I want to make sure it's not a corrupt Boot sector.
While waiting for your answer, I decided to reinstall windows with a completely NEW hard drive. I figured that there may have been something wrong with the hard drive that had been refiormatted for use with the new Windows7 program.
After CAREFULLY installing the hard drive, I started installing Windows. The files went on and, at the first reboot windows had to do to continue to install win 7, the video once again crashed.
Can I possibly have a bad MOBO?
I've tried reading through your post's and unfortunately a lot of the information you give is incomplete, through no fault of your own but if we are going to help you it might work better if you supply information as asked and we can systematically debug your issue ?
If that's ok with you could we start with ;- running the windows 7 upgrade advisor
to check your hardware compatibility ?
Then to give us full system info please download and run the free version of SIW
and click file save as HTML report and upload here ?
Can you also go here for how to set up minidumps shown here
then zip and upload any .dmp files here for us to run through windows debugger ?
I read that you read through my posts, but then you asked me to run programs that do not run under safe mode, so I guess you missed a few of my posts. I understand, you have a ;lot to rad in any given day. This has been very frustrating. now I have to bring the thing into a shop.
I do not remember exactly when, but before upgrading my computer I did run the Windows 7 advisor and it checked out.
SO - I know that this may seem simplistic, but:
1. I have tried 2 different Video cards
2. Tried installing on a completely new hard drive
2. Unhooked everything from the motherboard except the system drive, and video card
And nothing works.
Might it be safe to say it is actually the motherboard?