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Windows 7: Complete random computer meltdown.

06 Jul 2013   #1
Noahw

Windows 7
 
 
Complete random computer meltdown.

Hi,

So earlier today I was playing a game of League of Legends (play all the time however I don't believe it has anything to do with problem) and when the game ended my screen completely froze. I sat for a bit and tried ctrl, alt, del, ect but had no luck. I than pushed the power button and turned it off manually. When my computer started again it did the normal start up but after the windows start up screen it started recovering files or checking for corrupted files I think it was saying NIHS or something. After that it restarted than as soon as I booted it, it would say error something press ctrl delete to restart. So I did that but it just did the same thing over and over until one time it started displaying this AMD picture and then doing the ctrl del thing. Now when I turn it on I get nothing, no beep, no images, just a black screen.

Also forgot to include that the fans and CPU sound like they are working.
How screwed am I?

Thanks for the help.


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06 Jul 2013   #2
Noahw

Windows 7
 
 

Sorry if I wasn't descriptive enough but it's all from memory so I don't remember what everything said.
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06 Jul 2013   #3
bobafetthotmail

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601
 
 

Heh, none can help you if you don't even know what the error it gives you is. We don't have psychic powers, you are our eyes, so be more descriptive if you can.

Power it up again and write down the error, if it is fast use a camera to take a pic. Then post more info about it.
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