Need help on my pc that can't even start

hello i have a big problem whit my computer i don't know what what happen but now i cant even run safe mode or windows star up repair too
it stared wen i installed a Beta drivers for my video card then it gave lots of Blue screens then i fixed it by doing system restore
it got fixed for a while but then it stared giving blue screens and all the time i try to start it,
like i said i cant even run safe mode or anything like that
here is some pics of the Blue screens i too whit my phone
http://imageshack.us/g/801/img20120101014941.jpg/
other ones where
'bad pool header'
my brother says that the mother board is fried and maybe the rams too but i don't think that's the problem.
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  1. Hey zetta5. You by chance run Avast? I was having similar problems with update 1451. There is a new one which addresses all the problems. I know that doesn't get you into your PC, but, if you can get in, it's one thing you could try (the update)...

    BTW...I thought the exact same thing as your brother...the problem on mine was RAM leaks caused by Avast 7.0.1451. I was having the exact same blue screens...9 of them in 3 days...
  2. Can you take more blue screen pictures after it points to a file? Really only one more.

    This is the only useful one
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/img20120101014941.jpg/

    See lvrs64.sys? that's the line I need. If the blue screen crashes keep pointing to the same file, that indicates a software issue. If you get a different file on each BSD, that points to a hardware failure.
  3. AtlBo said:
    Hey zetta5. You by chance run Avast? I was having similar problems with update 1451. There is a new one which addresses all the problems. I know that doesn't get you into your PC, but, if you can get in, it's one thing you could try (the update)...

    BTW...I thought the exact same thing as your brother...the problem on mine was RAM leaks caused by Avast 7.0.1451. I was having the exact same blue screens...9 of them in 3 days...

    no i don't have avast i had mcafee it did stared giving a bit of problems like acting like it was the free version/craked
    i did paid for it.
  4. quilciri said:
    Can you take more blue screen pictures after it points to a file? Really only one more.

    This is the only useful one
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/img20120101014941.jpg/

    See lvrs64.sys? that's the line I need. If the blue screen crashes keep pointing to the same file, that indicates a software issue. If you get a different file on each BSD, that points to a hardware failure.


    hi i try to take more but i tried something new
    i have a total of 4 gb of ram on 2 sticks made by OCZ platinum edition 2gb each i am only using 1 stick [2GBs] and for some reason the pc stared to work but wen i try to put the other one it gives Blue Screens for some reason i can only have 1 stick of ram on i tried the other ram too it works too

    i did re install my operating system. i have a total of 223gbs
    and i only have 12.2gb left. i just re installed it shouldn't i have more than 12 ?
    only things i have installed are
    1:video card drivers
    2: team speak
    3:windows updated
    4:google chrome
  5. download a copy of gparted, burn the iso to a disk and boot your machine with the disk so you can examine the partition that's supposed to be 223gb.
  6. quilciri said:
    download a copy of gparted, burn the iso to a disk and boot your machine with the disk so you can examine the partition that's supposed to be 223gb.

    i fixed it i had my old files form my old set up
  7. i still need to know why i cant run 4Gb of ram in my pc
    i can only run 2gb
  8. Are you using a 32 bit OS?
  9. quilciri said:
    Are you using a 32 bit OS?

    no i am using 64bit
  10. wen i try to use the 2 rams total 4gb it gives this blue screens
    0x0000007E
    0x0000003B
    0x0000001E
    0x00000019
    i need to know what it is so i can buy/replace the burned/broken part
  11. Try booting with each stick 1 at a time. If the machine boots with both stick by themselves, you have a motherboard issue. If that's the case, you can try flashing the latest BIOS version to your mobo. If that fails to solve the problem, there may be a physical issue and the motherboard will need replacing.
  12. Reset the CMOS memory the right way as is described in the motherboard manual using the clear CMOS link with the power cord unplugged.
    And when the battery is out, press the power button to discharge all the electricity from the system.
    How To Clear CMOS @ http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/tp/clearcmos.htm
  13. OK, post your specs...

    CPU:
    RAM: with link please.
    Motherboard:
    GPU:
    PSU:
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