Sorry, calnts does not seem to exist, but it is listed above."Recent Items 6/14/2020 4:53pm" makes me think that is related to your Internet, either your browser or the ISP, but access: c:\users\temp\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent Items 6/14/2020 4:53pm
and see what it says is going on
I'm on my other computer right now, but I will trace to that place later. What should I do,when I get there? Well, I will just have to wait and see..... Also what is the AMD reference??? There is Nothing AMD on this computer ... see my specs in info
Terrible news #13 ... Last night the rig was working fine with the exception of a .net framwork error that has been popping up. On several attempts to install Microfoft.net 2.0 framework was told "cannot install". On one occasion on tryiing to install .net 2.0 [64bit] I was told it could not be installed because it was installed as part of my OS. Then a restart gave the error that ".net framework 2.0 is not installed and must be installed before continuing" ... for the 100th time. Then occasionally after entering SAFE mode and restoring the system it would run without problems. Last night I ran it for ~30 minutes and loaded a game of Mass Effect compatability mode Vista Service pack 1 and it crashed within minutes. Thinking Mass Effect was the culprit I simply uninstalled it ... restarted it without issue played a round on the net for a while and turned it off.
Tonight, upon turning it on for the first time since last night I got a BSOD ... then recurring BSOD's ... I entered safe mode ... did a system restore successfully ... got it running AND FOR THE FIRST TIIME THERE WAS NO .NET FRAMEWORK 2.0 ERROR ... had to set up some stuff that was lost in the restore [like links to email] ... restarted to 'save changes' ... BSOD ... Restarted again entered BIOS to check if it was booting from RAID .. it was ... restarted ... BSOD. Entered Safe mode, ran a System Repair ... It said "System cannot be repaired"
Ok, I think hardware wise every thing is good to go, try this one step at a time removethe drivers for the vid card and go to device manager and remove the vid card, reboot and let it reinstall everything, I'll research the net framework 2.0 error
PS I also tried installing 3.0 and 3.5 .net framework files to no avail. I am going to hold off just a bit longer before I start uninstalling drivers. the driver on there now was one that came out well after the MSI Graphics Driver 191.07 which is the latest one published at MSI's website... it was numbered 197.35 if I remember correctly ... can't see it right now because I'm on my laptop and am not in the mood to boot up the twin frozr rig into safe mode again at 3:45am ... HA ... just too tired right now and I might get frustrated and jam a fork into the motherboard in a violent stabbing manner
Thank you for your Continued support #13 !
Wait a minute ... I just re-read your post. did you mean to remove the video CARDS Themselves? i.e the big long things that make moving pictures??
Where are you in China?? I have traveled to Beijing many times to the Pearl Market to buy pearls for import from a woman named Ling Ling ...
Haven't tried that link yet for 2.0x64 ... the computer will not boot. I am going to try another system restore.
Is it at all possible that all this was caused by installing Mass Effect?? There were NO, NONE, NADA, ZILCH, ZIP problems until I installed that game and then all hell broke loose. UNinstalling it has had no "Effect"
3 days after the above "out of nowhere" miracle .. the damned thing sat untouched for a couple of days until I turned it on that Friday ... Recurring BSOD's again. Yesterday, Monday, I turned it on again curious .. and it STARTED ... no problemo againo ............
Drivers were removed, replaced and everything was fine last night. today turned it on .. you guessed it ... BSOD
Next option is to reinstall windows.... PS today my laptop had an auto update and it claims .net 3.5 was installed. I thought you said that was for servers ??