So hello everyone. I'm having this issue that hopefully somebody can help me with.
I update my BIOS version from 1502 to 3602 (I hadnt a valid reason for it honestly, just a dumb move). Everything was fine and the computer was working correctly. Although I noticed something strange but not severe, that was a cpu core temp difference that I have not seen before. Anyway, after a few hours I had the brilliant idea to downgrade my bios to its previous version, 1502.
I wanna make it clear that I had not suffered any issue with this update other than this core temp difference which honestly was perfectly normal (and ondly on idle load) and I'm a picky idiot. Clearified that...
I did every single step and it worked fine. I finally turn on the pc again, enter BIOS, everything worked alright in there, load default settings (I do overclock but nothing to extreme really, but of course I wanted to try everything with stock settings before doing anything), save and reset and let windows starts.
W7 animation in loading screen starts and all of the sudden BSOD. I can't get past it. I tried safemode, recovering files and every possible mode, but no, nothing gets past this screen without BSODing.
I thought the BIOS had gone right but it doesnt look like that. Kind of in a desperate move I re-update BIOS to 3602 hoping that it will fix things but no. It didnt. It stills BSODs at W7 startup.
My system is as follows:
Asus P8P67 Pro
4GB DDR3 1333MHz x 2
XFX 650W XXX Edition
GTX 580 MSI Twin Frozr II
SSD Crucial M4 128 GB
HDD WD Black 1TB