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Windows 7: BSODs and Monitor Going to Sleep:A PC Nightmare

14 Aug 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
BSODs and Monitor Going to Sleep:A PC Nightmare

Hello there Windows 7 Forums users, I have encountered an unexpected problem that didn't start happening until 2 weeks ago, so prepare yourself for an adventure because it's quite the journey.

Starting two weeks ago, I have encountered a Blue Screen of Death(BSOD) for the first time in 2 years. I didn't get to see the file name/driver name since as soon as it showed the screen it skipped all the way to the bottom of the screen before I get a look. After that, whenever I tried to start my PC up, the monitor would not load the image, but instead says ""No Input Signal" and then "Monitor Goes to Sleep". It does this everytime I tried to start it up, so I kept on force shutting it down using the button and starting it up again. Only to get another Blue screen. After trying again and again, it worked and my PC is fine...only to suffer the same problem over and over again when I start my PC up.

Keep in Mind:

- There are mutiple types of Blue Screen errors, not just constant type. (EX: Multiple_IRP_Requests, Driver_IRQL_Less_or_not_equal, Memory_management_Error, and many more except I forgot the problems)

- There is no boot image when I start the PC up, just "Monitor is Going to Sleep"

- My settings on my PC makes it so that Monitor will not go to sleep ever

- Sometimes a blue screen will appear, but it won't show it, instead it'll freeze my PC.

- I have tried updating drivers and it says all drivers are updated. There was one that cannot work which was the Teredo Tunneling Adaptor/Psuedo-Interface, but I uninstalled it and the problem still occurs.

I need a solution. Please help, and I lost my Windows 7 Disc,so that's not a factor anymore. Thanks

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14 Aug 2014   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

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