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Another crashing problem but no Blue screens!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • PC gaming
  • Blue Screen
  • Games
  • Video Games
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December 5, 2009 9:24:31 AM

Well another error, I just got blue screen problem a day ago and well I fixed it with a new PSU but now games crashes with this messed up looking screen and weird nggggggggggg!!! noises for about 1 second and reboots and then tells me if I want to Start windows normally or go in safe mode, this happens to each and every game I had. please give me a solution before I reinstall windows (which I hate) because I'm to lazy to backup my games and reinstalling the whole thing again.
Would appreciate all replies.

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December 6, 2009 12:48:57 PM

Did you ever run memtest86 or did you just reseat your ram? You need to download and run memtest86 if you have not done so already so we can eliminate memory as being the problem.

http://www.memtest86.com/download.html

Have you overclocked your computer any? All drivers up to date?
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December 7, 2009 2:11:19 AM

Okay Sorry I found ou the problem, at first it was overheat problem, then I had no problem then I got BS again and now I found out it was the driver problem I haven't installed them, the cd driver that came with the motherboard, but I'm using windows 7 pro so I'm downloading xp mode to install the driver's now it works perfectly thanks for the help anyway!
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December 7, 2009 2:12:34 AM

P.S. I had installed an extra fan to prevent the overheating issues and ur driver's up to date thing helped me and I never thought of that, once again thanks!!
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December 7, 2009 10:53:32 AM

Glad I could help. Drivers are key to getting hardware to work properly. Always remember to download the latest drivers for your rig especially with BSOD's. In my experience, they are one of the main causes of the death screen.

PS: select me best answer :-)
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December 7, 2009 11:20:35 AM

cappster said:
Glad I could help. Drivers are key to getting hardware to work properly. Always remember to download the latest drivers for your rig especially with BSOD's. In my experience, they are one of the main causes of the death screen.

PS: select me best answer :-)


LOL, I can't just pick you as best answer just yet, I am getting more problems it's as if this new rig is cursed I'm getting bsod after bootscreen and this only happens to my Sapphire HD4770 and doesn't happen to my crapppy Asus x550/x600 series graphics card. BSOD! I hate that issue...
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December 7, 2009 11:46:57 AM

okay ill pick u as the best answer since i'v eoppened a new darn thread
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