BSOD after using the computer for 30-45m.

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  1. Posts : 42
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       #11

    Just in case:
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    The "ST3" is the harddrive without Windows, the one with 1tb and the one that I used when booting earlier.(it worked)
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       #12

    Tice said:
    The windows harddrive is port0. It's strange, because I earlier when I was selecting boot drive because of the text with whit background, i selected the non-windows harddrive, and it worked? I'm sure that my 128gb harddrive is the windows harddrive.
    It would work, presuming your OS drive was shunted down in the pecking order. The HDD would be scanned for any bootable files and when none were found it would move onto the next drive, in this case your SSD and the system would boot from that. Theoretically it doesn't matter what order you set your drives in the boot sequence in the BIOS, startup will just skip through them until it finds the one with Windows installed, the only thing it would do is extend your boot time.
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       #13

    Bios boot options:


    essenbe said:
    ok, please , in bios, tell me all of your hard drive boot options.
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       #14

    The reason I ask about USFI is form posy #4

    In attempt to fix the white message with a black background issue, I pressed "del" on startup, and entered BIOS. There, I changed my boot priority. Making the windows harddrive come before "EFI Device". I saved the settings, and rebooted. No difference.
    If you are installed in UEFI (UFI) the UFI device is what is booted, I'm pretty sure. If it cannot find the EFI Device, it most likely means it cannot find your hard drive, or the UFI Device is missing/corrupted.

    Also:
    I am now writing to you from my phone. As soon as I start windows, it crashes. Here is what I have done:
    I followed the guide that you sent me, and as soon as I had uninstalled the audio, it wanted to restart my PC.
    The only audio to be uninstalled is the Nvidia HDMI device driver and the computer does no ask for a reboot after that. That is why the instructions say to uninstall the Nvidia Display driver last. The Display Graphics Driver driver is the only Nvidia Display driver that requires a reboot.
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       #15

    I understand, although I do not know how to repair it. Would uninstalling an audio driver really cause this?
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       #16

    Boozad said:
    Tice said:
    The windows harddrive is port0. It's strange, because I earlier when I was selecting boot drive because of the text with whit background, i selected the non-windows harddrive, and it worked? I'm sure that my 128gb harddrive is the windows harddrive.
    It would work, presuming your OS drive was shunted down in the pecking order. The HDD would be scanned for any bootable files and when none were found it would move onto the next drive, in this case your SSD and the system would boot from that. Theoretically it doesn't matter what order you set your drives in the boot sequence in the BIOS, startup will just skip through them until it finds the one with Windows installed, the only thing it would do is extend your boot time.
    I understand. But why is this error appearing, then? Why does it crash and why was the drive removed from BIOS boot options?
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       #17

    The main drive hasn't been removed from the BIOS boot option, it's still there: C400-MTFDD128MAM is your SSD. It's a Micron SSD?

    Unplug the PC, remove the side panel and remove the plugs to your HDD leaving only the SSD connected. Reboot and see what happens.
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       #18

    I am doing that right now. Will post results soon.
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       #19

    Boozad said:
    The main drive hasn't been removed from the BIOS boot option, it's still there: C400-MTFDD128MAM is your SSD. It's a Micron SSD?

    Unplug the PC, remove the side panel and remove the plugs to your HDD leaving only the SSD connected. Reboot and see what happens.
    It did not help. The outcome was the same.

    I really need help with this! It worked fine before I loaded default settings for BIOS.
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  10. Posts : 6,741
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       #20

    Try following this tutorial Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot
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