Márcio Guerra Reply Scott Macmillan January 17, 2013 at 11:45 pm I agree.Likely a motherboard problem. any recomended mem test? Thanks for the advice...NOT! You can access this by opening the Start Menu and right-clicking on Computer/My Computer. his comment is here
Haven't seen BSOD so far. Do not edit the registry or the start-up programs without technical assistance or how-to. Flag as duplicate Thanks! Sometimes the error message will clearly name the offending hardware.
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i did uninstall this driver and installed an older version [11.8 i think] and got an ease up on the problem. Windows 10 Crash Fix These tricks should help you troubleshoot and fix nearly any problem you find. From the Properties screen, select the Tools tab. You can test your RAM by using a program called “memtest86”.
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Apple kicks PC's butt up, down and sideways...and that's just for breakfast...every day...before the eggs are served. Got my HTPC messed up big time just a few weeks back because of a bad driver update. Windows 10 Bsod Log Read more. Windows 10 Random Crashes I am a Linux user which happens to love Windows 7.
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Answer this question Flag as... Plug your monitor into your motherboard’s monitor port (if it has one) so that you can disconnect the graphics card. And of course if It doesn't I am sure you will be back Back to top #5 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:15 PM Posted 18 Windows 10 Blue Screen Loop Can't find your answer ?
Read more. Got it back on track, but it took me a few hours to isolate the bad one. And ideas, takes or suggestions? check over here But, didn't think that was it til after OS reinstall, 2 different Motherboards, hard drives, Memory, Power Supply, Audio, fans (thinking heat issues), mouse, drivers, etc.
Overheating can lead to your hardware malfunctioning. Select Properties, then Device Manager. Tremendously, Stanss Reply viswa March 25, 2015 at 4:38 pm My laptop repeats the same message even if I force restart it and it does not restart after gathering information Reply motherboard problem!