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Ran prime 95, bsod, now computer wont go past starting windows screen

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November 24, 2011 3:09:13 AM

Hello! I've been to every electronic store and no one can help me.

Ran LARGE FFT overnight in prime 95, woke up with a bsod.

When I went to restart computer, the system hangs on the starting windows screen on windows 7.

When I go into safe mode, it freezes at disk.sys and one more, I forgot.

I've tried a new hd, mem tested a single memory stick and passed with 5 cycles.

Tried loadings windows cd and a bootable usb drive and it always hangs at "starting windows"

Went as far as buying a new motherboard to see and now, I don't get any posts. Fans just run, black screen, no keys light up on keyboard, nothing.

Reset cmod, took out battery waited for 30 min, tried running without graphics card, even though I couldn't see, wanted to see if hd was active, NOTHING.

I've fried a cpu before ( computer doesn't even load, and fans just run, like it is now with this new motherboard...? )

What's going on?

OH also, on BSODS, i'd get system hardware failure, 9c, and x124....

I have an asus p8p67 deluxe, 2500k, 750w seasonic ps.

I just bought an asus p8p67 pro to test if it was the mobo.

I'm so lost. May as well become a MAC

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January 3, 2012 2:16:05 PM

aznkorboi said:
Ran LARGE FFT overnight in prime 95


Me thinks your problem started here. You should have run SMALL FFT. Definitely an extreme heat related problem.
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January 3, 2012 11:25:44 PM

buckshot420 said:
Me thinks your problem started here. You should have run SMALL FFT. Definitely an extreme heat related problem.


Most likely this. What kind of OC were you trying?
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January 11, 2012 12:10:29 AM

To whoever has this problem again: the problem has been solved.

Somehow, somewhere, I'm guessing a core/ memory/ on the CPU fried. NO VISUAL damage. But, once I replaced it, the computer works fine.

The problem: CPU
THE solution: a BRAND NEW ONE.

THANK YOU
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