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Installed new Asus motherboard p8z77-m pro on Windows 7 getting various BSODs

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January 20, 2014 11:11:01 PM


I recently bought a new motherboard to replace my old one which seemed to be broken. I installed it myself very carefully while making sure I had no static charge. I'm 99% sure everything is in correctly. Now I keep getting blue screens with various different errors. I have been googling but I haven't had any luck.

I have gotten a 7E and a 1E (those are the ones I managed to write down) just after startup. I also noticed when it crashes on startup a fan (not sure which one) is spinning much faster than I am used to.
I also recently got a 3B error that said "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION". This happened while researching on chrome about my issues.

I also crash on Minecraft (Java based game) where I get the error: "EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005)"
Straight after it crashes the launcher immediately launches again. I have tried older versions of Java and changing how much RAM is allocated with no luck.

Programs are randomly crashing including:

I have reinstalled every driver I know about (to the latest version).
The only things I can think to do would be reinstall windows (I personally don't think that will help) or update my BIOS which is not the latest.

My PC specifications:
Processor - Intel 3rd gen i7 3770 3.4ghz
Motherboard - Asus p8z77-m pro
Graphics Card - Gigabyte nVidia GTX 650
Power Supply - Corsair RM Series RM750 750w
Memory (RAM) - Strontium DDR3 4GB 1600MHZ DIMM

I actually enjoy problems like this cause I learn a lot but in the last 2 months I have had so many pc issues I think it's time I ask for help. Thanks in advanced :) 

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a c 114 V Motherboard
a c 314 $ Windows 7
a b Ĉ ASUS
January 20, 2014 11:25:35 PM

Did you re-install Windows after changing the motherboard? That is mandatory after a motherboard change.
January 20, 2014 11:28:37 PM

Phillip Corcoran said:
Did you re-install Windows after changing the motherboard? That is mandatory after a motherboard change.

I did not know this, even after researching how to install a motherboard for hours and hours. This is my first time installing a motherboard so I am quite new to this. Thanks I will reinstall windows right now :) 
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