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13 Mar 2012   #1

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Windows 7 clean install, but always multiply errors ?

I installed the operating system for the third time again, but just the same errors continue. I do not know anymore than what I could do that, buy a new machine, or at least a new motherboard.

Every time you boot the machine so the errors are coming, but the errors are different every time. I think that in 2006 purchased the machine is too old for windows7, as the sole measure munulla does not have the BIOS update, but I do not know even that helps.

I have to restart the machine every morning for about three or four times before it starts normally. Device Manager as I have just one question mark that is "NTativrv01" Event Log I get the following errors:

2 x Critical kernel power event 41
2 x error application error or hang event 1000-1002
13 x error dhcp-client event 1001-1003
7x error disk event 11
5 x error event log event 1101-6008
9 x error event system event 4621
3 x error HAL event 12
6 x error NVNET event 5008
2 x error security-spp event 1017
13 x error service controll manager event 7011-7026
6 x error sidebyside event 33

Then there are some specific error messages.

I would appreciate help, if anyone would know what to do. Below is a link, when I asked about it just now.


My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Mar 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit

Download and run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor, which should flag up any compatibility issues:

Download: Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details
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