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    No matter what I do, my computer continues to blue screen, program instal fails due to hardware, failed windows and program updates, and/or freezes. I have tried multiple clean installs of my operating system, chkdsk scans, memtest scans, and system file scans. I have replaced my RAM, and done as many startup repairs as possible. I don't know what else to do, and I'm running out of things to do that would help me pinpoint the cause of the problem. My hard drive warranty ended around the same time as I started having problems. This is a brand new build, and I would appreciate any and all support. Once I replaced the RAM, the blue screens stop, but startup continues to fail.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Have you tried doing a clean install on a different hdd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Have you tried doing a clean install on a different hdd?

    Not when I dont have a different internal hard drive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwgering View Post
    Not when I dont have a different internal hard drive...
    ​I'm pretty sure your Hard Drive's fucked.
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    It's your HDD I believe.
    Had a similar problem with my old PC.

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    Change HDD\ Reinstal Windows(or any other os you using).
    Or test the PC with a bootable Linux distro pen drive.
    Music historian here to please and displease,learning to teach all you peeps,so stop by the music part of the forum,and ask the question to your needs.

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    No matter what I do, my computer continues to blue screen, program instal fails due to hardware, failed windows and program updates, and/or freezes. I have tried multiple clean installs of my operating system, chkdsk scans, memtest scans, and system file scans. I have replaced my RAM, and done as many startup repairs as possible. I don't know what else to do, and I'm running out of things to do that would help me pinpoint the cause of the problem. My hard drive warranty ended around the same time as I started having problems. This is a brand new build, and I would appreciate any and all support. Once I replaced the RAM, the blue screens stop, but startup continues to fail.
    the rams can do that to i have the same prb with my pc when i have changed the ram for a corsair i have do every think lick you side but
    after that i have changed the ram for an Kingston 1600 mhz and aups it work perfectly and when i have tested the corsair in an other pc it work to
    a friend tell me it because of my mobo but im not shore of that
    but if its hdd my be you can save it with an low level format that method save me one time

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYO250 View Post
    the rams can do that to i have the same prb with my pc when i have changed the ram for a corsair i have do every think lick you side but
    after that i have changed the ram for an Kingston 1600 mhz and aups it work perfectly and when i have tested the corsair in an other pc it work to
    a friend tell me it because of my mobo but im not shore of that
    but if its hdd my be you can save it with an low level format that method save me one time
    Please rewrite that response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwgering View Post
    Please rewrite that response.
    way that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYO250 View Post
    way that ?
    And that response...

    You make no sense....

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    HDD issue, get a windows DVD and boot from disk and make a clean reinstall of the OS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jwgering View Post
    And that response...

    You make no sense....
    yes i tell you that be cause i no if the ram have a problem that give you a blue screen if its dead that give you a black screen .
    but for the problem i have it with my pc its similar you don't think that ?
    and the HDD too can do that
    you can begin by installing a new system of exploitation from an other support if that not work verify your ram or test it with an other
    if that not work too test it with an other HDD .
    work on it by elimination and you will find the problem .
    Last edited by TOYO250; 08-10-2013 at 03:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.C. View Post
    HDD issue, get a windows DVD and boot from disk and make a clean reinstall of the OS.
    Wow, read the other posts and original post before posting here.

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