BSOD on startup (need likely cause) Tags: Homebuilt Blue Screen Systems Last response: May 8, 2010 1:08 PM in Systems Share Anonymous a b B Homebuilt system May 8, 2010 12:30:47 PM i want to try and find out what the likely cause is. last night my pc worked fine, and i shut it off at a normal way. today i try to boot my pc, and i get the BSOD. when i try to run in : Safe mode -> BSOD command prompt only -> BSOD VGA mode -> BSOD Last know working config -> BSOD i opened my pc to see if any hardware was hanging loose, wich was not the case. (i don't know that much about hardware though) but i am sure everything was in place. i get the BSOD at the exact same time every startup. it goes to the windows loading screen, with the loading bar underneath the logo. and when the loading bar reaches the end it crashes to the BSOD. (WINDOWS XP) the BSOD says : UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME or UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_MODULE it will most likely not be the videocard, since that is only a week old. (i got it on loan, since my old card got fried or whatever, and this pc company installed this new loan videocard) anyone have any idea what this can be? More about : bsod startup Lmeow a b B Homebuilt system May 8, 2010 1:08:23 PM This might help: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297185 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Hdd cause Bsod on startup Forum SolvedNew system is BSOD at random need help finding the cause. Forum BSOD likely caused by faulty motherboard? (Gigabyte Z87-HD3) Forum SolvedDefect GPU caused BSOD loops on startup Forum SolvedNeed some help finding out the cause of my BSOD's Forum SolvedCore C6 State - Likely to cause problems? Forum Need help with BSOD, cause? Forum Is my slow CPU causing my BSOD on startup? Forum Need help identifying cause of startup problem Forum SolvedWould a cloned disk cause BSOD on boot? Forum Solvedcan GPU PC cause bsod? Forum SolvedAfter updating mobo drivers with new build, bsod on startup, now windows won't reinstall. Forum SolvedI suspect PSU is cause of my BSOD Forum SolvedVarious BSOD problems- 0x109, 0x1a, 0x01 etc. ntoskrnl.exe seems to be cause? Forum SolvedBSOD cause by NTOSKRNL.exe Forum SolvedBSOD -- cause Motherboard / CPU / or other? Forum Solvedunknown cause of bsod Forum (small case) if wires touch motherboard or top of ramstick will it likely to cause problems? Forum If the motherboard/CPU touches the PSU, is it likely to cause problems? Forum SolvedConstant BSOD on startup Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !