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Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Reply Rama moorthy January 24, 2013 at 3:12 am Go for Linux ...! The ones installed from the Realtek site have a date of 01-10-2015... Touch of Fail In Microsoft's defense, there's nothing particularly brilliant about a feature phone. http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-system.html

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get http://bit.ly/Vb9XLB Reply Junil Maharjan January 18, 2013 at 7:26 am This is a great article that will help a lot of people in identifying their problems. Reply Hamed Hosseinian July 21, 2015 at 8:19 pm hi so informative subject as the thing that i see i have 3 old pc in my home but all of them On older systems, you can try Driver Cleaner , or the freebie alternative Driver Sweeper To begin the process, open up your Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs in XP http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/403968-random-bsods-after-system-migration-new-case.html

Remove the ethernet drivers and install a fresh set. Reply Paul Crousel January 18, 2013 at 6:54 pm multiboot can also cause Windows to crash, also perhaps installing virtual OS in Windows? You should update your soundcard's drivers as well.If you're using an add-in soundcard, verify that the motherboard's onboard audio is disabled in the BIOS, so the two audio drivers don't conflict

January 20, 2013 at 11:18 pm By the way, the author here is totally unhelpful. Thank you for the other helpful tips also. Reply Anonymous January 21, 2013 at 2:35 am I clean out malware for a Major Telecommunications company and this is a good article to keep around to show other what can If a conflict exists it will be visible in this utility with a yellow and black exclamation icon.

Hardware Conflicts Windows can sometimes crash if it is receiving conflicting information from different pieces of hardware. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT All your work is gone, and you find a blue screen full of gibberish staring back at you. If your computer will not boot properly try to run Windows in Safe Mode and run the software from there.

KankkunenDec 12, 2014, 4:46 PM so if i format my ssd(OS), does it affect my hdd with all the programs? For the Bestest .. You say on cold boot, but what do you mean. cklauburNov 6, 2013, 10:08 PM According to Nvidia's website, both cards use the same driver.That being said, it's usually a good idea to reinstall the driver anyway.

Those 'links' will have to be reloaded. Only the SSD should be connected to the motherboard when you do the re-install.What the SSD format Will do is wipe out any 'link' you have set between the SSD and The next paragraph provides sound advice, alerting the user to check to make sure their hardware is installed properly, or to undo any recent software or hardware upgrades.Memory DumpEvery BSoD is i hope not because it would take a while to download my stuff back shortstuff_mtDec 12, 2014, 4:49 PM You don't have to format the HDD, just the SSD.

The good news is Microsoft put a lot of work into how Vista handles critical errors and other glitches that in previous OSes would cause a system crash. Check This Out That's if it was auto-approved. Because i know you are all pros in here i was wondering if you can help me with my problem. Changing motherboards will cause all sorts of issues with the existing OS install since the new motherboard uses new drivers.

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get As one other poster mentioned periodic maintenance would keep this problem at bay. Bluescreenview is a small utility that let you vew the content of the screen dump. Source I do not know the procedure as I only did it once quite a while ago and don't remember the whole process, but before you format that HDD do some research

We won't talk about power outages. Because that means it's not a hardware issue, it's windows. In Vista, just type Event Viewer in the Start Search box.On the left-hand pane, highlight the application or system icon (under Windows Logs in Vista).

Perhaps it's worth noting that Windows 10 ran very poorly once the Anniversary Edition was installed, so I rolled back to my old installation of Windows 7, but I don't think

All drivers seem to be up to date and have updated BIOS as well. all i could figure out was that it had to be a MB problem.Because of this i have a new MB on it way. For the next one .. Also, all my drivers...

This site contains a repository of comments and errors from other users, as well as the steps they took to alleviate their problems.We recommend you familiarize yourself with the event viewer, OS: Windows 7 SP1 x64 (both before migration and now) Original install date: 23-10-2015 MB: ASUS M5A99X EVO CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965 GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 760 PSU: BeQuiet! Sometimes the issue is caused by drivers. http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-pc.html I will say this yes I have gotten Linus & Ubuntu installed on some hardware and it worked although it had strange things to resolve to get it to work.

all i could figure out was that it had to be a MB problem.Because of this i have a new MB on it way. Prev Page 6 of 9 Next Prev Page 6 of 9 Next Well, That Explains Steam OS!Gabe Newell hasn't been bashful about his contempt towards Windows 8. Try it with another PC, if possible, to confirm the drive is the problem. I think I've traced the problem to a heating issue.

Dale Miller January 18, 2013 at 6:19 pm Well your some what correct. Reply Florin Ardelian January 17, 2013 at 5:49 pm Because Linux doesn't crash when your memory or disk are corrupt or when there's a broken piece of software installed or on airinatoSep 22, 2014, 11:19 PM Bump this up again, I've been having this same problem from my build for 5 years since I built it. There's only reason you spend time reading a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) article, and that's to try and solve a problem you're having with your own system.