i actually do need help with this, and i doubt HP would do anything to help as this computer is past its warranty. (Its about 3 years old)
The crashes seem pretty sporadic, it ranges from USB to ccsr.sys. and I have seen a number of people on the forums with the similar problem but no solution. So I'm pretty concerned as to if there really is a fix for this problem.
I'm trying to do another memtest with memtest86 but the computer wont boot from my disk, i set cdrom as first in the bios, don't understand.
Theres also a variety of bsods I have. Tews, I have windows 7 installed on this computer and it used to have vista, but having installed windows 7 doesn't that wipe out all of the drivers
? shouldn't the intel driver
be irrelevant? Also I am unsure as to how to fix the Intel Storage Matrix driver. Please provide steps on how to do so as I am a huge amateur.
BTW i just wanted to throw this out, its an
if you could look up those specs on the HP website.
I upgraded the power supply with an ANTEC Earthwatts 650
as well as an
ATI HD RADEON 4870
I'm not sure if its a windows update problem or if the problem resides in the hardware.
Yes it also crashes in safe mode if I just leave it running.
After 7 hard resets the computer runs fine.
Is the computer like a car? does it have to warm up before use?
Thanks, I appreciate both Reventon and Tews for helping me out