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Windows 7: OMMMMGGGGG! help!!!

17 Oct 2010   #11
Xnefoo

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

ok i cleared the hd and formatted it but then i get a bsod lol it was memory management 0x000000A


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17 Oct 2010   #12
madtownidiot

 

Now would be a good time to fill out your system specs.. the more specific you can be the better.
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17 Oct 2010   #13
gregrocker

 

Test your RAM with all sticks plugged using memtest86 CD for 5-6 passes or overnight to stress test it. http://www.memtest86.com/download.html

Remove all but 2gb RAM to try install.

You need to verify the ISO HASH and the DVD burn.

Use Hashtab to verify against official Win7 HASH

Next Install ImgBurn, load ISO, choose Verify DVD, make sure it says Bootable in text at left, then insert DVD and Click Verify. If necessary burn another DVD at 4x speed. http://download.cnet.com/ImgBurn/300...-10847481.html
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18 Oct 2010   #14
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by madtownidiot View Post
Try zeroing the HDD before reinstalling. What's probably happening, if it isn't a problem with your CD/DVD drive or the disk you're using, is that you have fragments of data from previous installs that are causing problems.

boot from the DVD then type shift+f10
when the command prompt opens and x:/sources appears type the following commands, one at a time and press enter after each one

Diskpart
list disk
sel disk 0
clean all (this will take a long time because it erases your entire HDD much more thoroughly than formatting
exit
then click install windows now and select the custom installation option
click on drive options, create a new partition, format it, then proceed with installing windows

There is a tutorial that shows how to do a wipe "secure erase" at this link below; feel free to have a look.

SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
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18 Oct 2010   #15
gregrocker

 

I posted it in #2.
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18 Oct 2010   #16
Xnefoo

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by madtownidiot View Post
Now would be a good time to fill out your system specs.. the more specific you can be the better.
cOMPUTER sPECS:

MotherBoard: Gigabyte: GA-MA785GM-US2H

Cpu: AMD Phenom II x4 920 Processor

Memory: 2 X COrsair CM2x2048-6400C5

Netowrk adapter: Realtek pcie gbe family controller

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 1024 MB

Sound: Reaktek High Definition Audio

HardDrive: Seagate ST3250410AS
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18 Oct 2010   #17
Xnefoo

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Test your RAM with all sticks plugged using memtest86 CD for 5-6 passes or overnight to stress test it. Memtest86 - Download Page

Remove all but 2gb RAM to try install.

You need to verify the ISO HASH and the DVD burn.

Use Hashtab to verify against official Win7 HASH

Next Install ImgBurn, load ISO, choose Verify DVD, make sure it says Bootable in text at left, then insert DVD and Click Verify. If necessary burn another DVD at 4x speed. ImgBurn - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com
OK then i verified the iso hash it matched with the website and i verified with imgburn and it said it was bootable
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18 Oct 2010   #18
gregrocker

 

Have you tried everything else suggested?

Zeroed the HD before trying install?

Removed all but 2gb of RAM to try install? Test RAM with memtest86.

Do you have the latest BIOS update? If so, clear the CMOS: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixthe.../clearcmos.htm

Then set the SATA controller in BIOS setup to AHCI first. What are the other settings offered?
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18 Oct 2010   #19
zzz2496

Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

I see symptoms of RAM going bad...
Try installing using just 1 stick, or use another new set of RAM...

zzz2496
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18 Oct 2010   #20
Xnefoo

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

id like to say thank you so much for guy's help . I sent my computer to the person who built it and he is going to see whats wrong and he is going to replaace the bad ram
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