BSOD after nVidia driver installation - can't log into windows

Hello, I recently built a new PC and installed windows 7 home edition SP1. Installation was fine and I started installing drivers. First I installed the chipset drivers, then I installed the video drivers, then I activated windows. After I rebooted, I was brought to the log in screen. I couldn't move my mouse or type my password on the keyboard, after a few seconds it booted into the BSOD (error code 0x0000001e) and then it rebooted. I tried putting in the windows disk and once I get to the set up page, I can't move my mouse. hitting the keyboard also does nothing.
Does anyone think this happened because I installed the video card driver before activating windows? I don't know if that had anything to do with it. Is there a manual way I can just reformat the system? Help would be appreciated! Here's my specs:

gigabyte z87-d3hp motherboard LGA 1150
evga geforce gtx 660 superclocked
intel i7 4770K processor
2 seagate barracuda st1000dm003 1TB HDD
1 seagate 600 st120hm000 120 GB SSD
16 GB corsair vengeance
2 answers Last reply Best Answer
More about bsod nvidia driver installation log windows
  1. Reset your cmos on your mobo, see if that solves anything.
  2. Best answer
    Solved it. Just replaced the mouse and keyboard. I was able to re-install Windows. Thanks
Ask a new question

Read More

Windows Drivers Blue Screen Windows 7