I recently had a new computer built (completely new to the process) and started it up. It was running just fine, for 15-20 minutes, but then I started getting repeated BSOD error messages with minimal activity. Seeing as how the computer is brand new I've only installed a video card driver as well as software that came with the Gigabyte (z77-DS3H)MOBO cd.
processor: intel core i7
Video card: Geforce 660
RAM: 32 gig (2x8) (corsair vengeance)
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
tried installing latest gpu drivers? is the bios updated to the latest version? have u tried fixing registry settings with advanced system care?
Hey, thanks for your reply. i'm running advanced system care and its picking up 136 registry errors and i'm trying to install newest graphics drivers however the damn computer crashes before it can fix it
Hey are you sure its as simple as cleaning and updating the drivers? I updated the nividia graphics card and i'm pretty sure the mobo / bios are up to date and it was running a lot smoother at first, but now its crashing again
i'll try that now.. out of curousity.. I called staples and they said for people who build comps a common error they see is overheating.. my TOWER says the CPU is 30oC, however in my bios it reads it as 96oC always.. is this possible? the fan is working :S