Recently, when i switched on computer in the morning, i have BSOD when loading system. However, the computer was reset, and the second time turn on normally. That was for about 2 weeks.
I thought it was a breeze. And finally (yesterday) BSOD performed at every turn on your computer (http://ifotos.pl/zobacz/Beztytuuj_rrwxnhq.jpg/). After a few restart, computer was turn on. To correct the problem i had reinstall the network adapter drivers TP-Link WN 722N.
My computer was overcloacking - from 2.2ghz to 2.6ghz. But, was stable. Temperature was around from 38 to 40 degrees Celsius. However the northbridge is very warm. I checked by hand. And motherboard with cpu, have already been over 4 years.
BSOD is very random situation...try to bump your processor voltage more.
but if it cannot solve your problem..
according to your explanation, maybe you have problem with your powersupply,
Check your cable from psu to mobo, reseat it well, and try to assemble your computer outside casing.
and dont forget try to swap your psu with other psu.
I have all settings in default values. I reset the BIOS.
I forgot to write. Two times i have this message from BIOS: Warning! The previous performance of overclocking is failed, and the system is restored to the defaults setting.
But the settings were default.
Yeah, i still have 7B bsod.
Since your BIOS has reset to default BIOS settings, see if your SATA ports are now using AHCI instead of IDE. 0x07B is usually an inaccessible boot device error in most of my personal experiences it results from the BIOS being set to use AHCI while Windows hasn't had the AHCI drivers installed.
Like you said though, it does seem like a hardware failure somewhere because it gets worse overtime. As the faulty hardware keeps corrupting data that it writes back to your hard drive, like bad RAM would do, it will eventually corrupt your installation of Windows to the point where it can't boot or run properly.
However, it would take replacement parts for several components and probably a reinstall of Windows, or using an image of a fresh install, for every component you wanted to test to figure out which one is the problem.
Well, 0x7B errors indicate the OS can't see the HDD for whatever reason; shoddy SATA cable prehaps? Might also be a BIOS problem though; this might be one of those rare situations where a BIOS update might fix the issue.