day before yesterday, everything working fine. no errors or issues of any kind.
yesterday, i woke up and turned computer on and just had a black screen..
config:i7 920 6gb ddr3 corsair dominator 1600 mhz cl7,psu corsair 850w,mbo asus p6t deluxe and samsung 932bf 19'' on win 7 x64 rtm 7600
system is brand new except ati 4870 which is one year old and monitor
Have tried everything,took out battery on motherboard for half hour, reinserted and restarted. holding down delete button. got the bios screen and reset to defaults. save and exit, and then just black screen.
cant even see bios, asus load screen or anything.
just one beep.flashed bios also,turned memory slots,changed dvi connector on 4870,i reseated my video card.monitor works cuz i can see load screen sometimes.
and had finally managed to enter win,and its works fine till system is idlle,then goes to sleep.tried to wake up
and guess what black screen again,restarted comp and again black screen no bios no anything....
and lets go for another try.after 5-6 rebooting,win 7 starts again,in power options have turned off everything,
and tried shutting down monitor and turned it back on and ye you know black screen of death again ;S;S
installed latest ati catalyst driver aslo,and system restore but no point,cant turn my pc and monitor off pls help
thanks in advance
DragonSprayer1 posted Wed Dec 02 10:46:17 PST 2009
We bought my daughter a gateway laptop with T6600 and windows 7, 3-4 weeks ago from Amaz. model: nv5820u The system was used all week last week, during our thanksgiving vacation, 1100 miles from home. on Monday of this week the system did the BSOD dance. The system was used all week at thanksgiving, the system was used to watch dvd'd in the car on sat and sunday = monday crashed!
this is the events:
BSOD, auto recovery failed
system rolled back auto
os says: "system roll back failed" - but the system boot back up to the orginal settings on the next restart. no data lost. pesky norton tried to reload - norton should classified a virus!
So all orginal programs, including norton which we removed, other bloatware was reinstalled. By the way I build high systems, warpedsystems, so i know PC's - also have been subscriber to this magazine for a decade or so -on and off.
The bottom line is the rumor is true! By the way microsoft, this caused issues with office - our free trial will not work. My daughter was very frustrated last night as see could not get on line wireless and had to use another pc for office.