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Blue screen reboot issue that does not really reboot.

I am getting a blue screen on my ABIT NV8 motherboard that reboots and gets into a loop of blue screens with different driver errors on each blue screen. I hit escape on the blue screen and it brings me back to my desktop. then it starts again after 5 to 10 minutes of idle time. It seems like a virus to me but none of the virus checkers are finding any thing. I do have a green and a red light lit on my mother board. In my event logs it say there is an issue with my tuner card but i remove it and it behaves the same. I have not added any other hardware and it was working fine before. Any help out there?

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Most of the time when this accures you have a virus and will have to
wipe and reload with restore dxisk

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SOURCE: I have an Abit NV8

blue screen ... so u use windows ...

have u tried a windows clean install ?!

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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