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Windows 7: BSOD Restart, Watching DVD, Incomplete Start

05 Sep 2013   #61

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

This is what I posted previously. It didn't managed to enter desktop.

Drivers are up to date, you want me to roll back to older drivers?

With verifier on, PC got blue screen after the windows logo, but I was seeing only black screen. I waited for a few minutes then restarted and booted to safe mode to turn it off.

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05 Sep 2013   #62
x BlueRobot


I would roll back a few versions.
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29 Sep 2013   #63

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
After another 24 days

I guess it will never end.

1) 29-9-13 Pc stuck while on firefox after 25 minutes of use, but no blue screen. After 24 Days with no issue.
2) 30-9-13 Pc stuck while on firefox after 25 minutes of use , but no blue screen.

What I did 24 days ago and stopped BSOD was that I removed memory modules and changed them places, also I removed my VGA card and 1 pci firewire card. Now to 2 mornings in a row PC get's stuck and I have to push restart button, then the PC can run for hours without issue.

I haven't rolled back for VGA drivers.

After 2 hours I shut it down, I came back after 90 minutes turned it on and got this failed blue screen.

When I relocated my 4 memory modules I noticed that 2 slots where difficult to secure them.
Now I opened the Case of my PC and checked the memory modules. 1 of the modules on 1 side was not secured completely, the module was in place. I remember 100% and checked more than 5 times that I had all 4 fully placed and secured when I made the relocation.

Is it possible to pop the safety after some time of use?
I believe this is my issue with BSOD.
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30 Sep 2013   #64
x BlueRobot


What do you mean by pop the safety? Have you checked that those RAM modules are compatible with that motherboard?

Please follow - Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

For any new dump files.
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30 Sep 2013   #65

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

1) Showing the exact safety in the pic of my motherboard with the green arrow.
2) My RAM modules are compatible and due to older motherboard my modules are more expensive than the current technology.
3) NO BSOD occured.
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01 Oct 2013   #66
x BlueRobot


Okay, going on the about the what you have said about the DIMM slots and the clips which secure the RAM modules, then maybe an idea would be release the clips and then place the RAM modules in. Leave the side of the case removed, and see if the RAM modules become less secure or drop out gradually; have you ensured you have followed the motherboard manual for where the modules should be placed? Some motherboards require certain slots to be filled first or in a certain order.
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01 Oct 2013   #67

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Haven't read the manual about placing the modules, since all 4 slots are filled with the exact same module.
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02 Oct 2013   #68
x BlueRobot


Read the motherboard manual, it will be useful.
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02 Oct 2013   #69

Windows 10

Yiotis82, Hi :) .
Reading through the thread led me to believe that you're much better off (as unfortunate as it might seem)
to discard the old platform and upgrade to a more modern solution for your computing needs.
You may have purchased the motherboard in 08' but the G33 chipset launched around mid-07'
which makes it over six years old now.
Say it's not your motherboard it can be any number of other components where as you said so yourself
are overpriced, due to the nature of the market place, with regards to the price/performance with respect
to the latest technology.
If I were you I'd lay it to rest , salvage whatever in fairly operable and transferable but non critical meaning
I wouldn't build a system around that part.

775 had it's glory days but it's sunshine is setting along with Windows XP.

That is the nature of electronic components.
If you are still holding on have a look at the motherboard and the GPU, search for any "bad caps", bulky, leaking bloated capacitors.


Just remember that although they will physically look to be OK that is not to say are operating that way.
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02 Oct 2013   #70

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

I upgraded my PC mainly for win7, as a tester for my software. Also I use SSD as my main drive.
I do want to build a much better PC and now I have much more knowledge than before which will help me choose better products.

I have experienced bad capacitors of my 1st VGA graphics card(XFX) after 3 years of use, 2 were blown and it worked fine. I realized when I saw them.
I will do a good check up for the capacitors alongside with that memory slot cause I think I will have to check every 15 days. 7-Oct I will do the check up.

My Vga card is 3 months old. GPU is for the VGA I believe.
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