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Intel based computer crashed and wont get in windows

My computer crashed reset it self and will not get in to windows gets to blue scren and stops i tryed running memtest 86 and that doesn't get me anywhere how can i test what could of burned out whether it is hard drive memory or what could it be, replaced cpu and still same problem i have two hard drives running like one and it will not let me reinstall windows or format the hardrives

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  • niceguy18972 Jan 09, 2009

    no it doesnt start with blue screen it goes threw normal proces of starting up and gets to windows XP screen and just stops

  • niceguy18972 Jan 10, 2009

    well if u read closelly i sad that it doesn't let me reinstall windows or do anything with hard drives formattin, or brake them up

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Does it starts with the blue screen and do you have a 3d card and the monitor wire is attached to the 3d cardv socket " it happens with your 3d cards gets burst due to over heating " so now remove the monitor wire from the 3d card socket and attach it to the mother board socket

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Test your new RAM with memtest 86+. One of the sticks is probably bad. You can get it here:
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Before buying more ram, try cleaning the contacts of your original ram sticks.
The best way to do this is to use a pencil eraser until the copper contacts on the sticks are clean.
Make sure you wipe off the eraser filings and deposits with a clean cloth before re-installing the memory. Make sure you don't have any lint etc on the contacts after wiping them.
Never touch the contacts with your fingers.

Inspect your ram slots and check that there is no dust or anything else that shouldn't be there.
A blow of some compressed air in a tin normally is enough to get them clean if needed.

Install your ram, and I'm certain this will fix your problems, as it is very seldom I find ram actually faulty.

To make sure your ram is without any error, you can always run a test program called Memtest+86, download here:
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If the CPU is working then I would put this down to either a corrupt windows installation or faulty RAM. It could also be a fault due to heat, but if you have that in check then I think it's the Windows install or RAM.
To test the Windows install, power on your PC with all hard drives disconnected, power included and if it is stable on the screen that says NTLDR is missing or insert system disk then this confirms the windows installation is corrupted.

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I installed the RAM that the manual required but the system becomes unstable. Some times I get a blue screen before windows comes up and some times after. My motherboard is a P4P800SE. When I put a 1GB...


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Download a program called MemTest from here
You can get it as a bootable CD ISO or diskette.
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First thing i would suspect is a bad ram stick. Here is a link to a free tool you can use to test the ram if you dont have an application for that:

http://ubcdfull.sourceforge.net/

use the "memtest" programs on there.

I know, it works fine with 1 stick, but its a dual channel board so the ram may only fail on 2 sticks, so check it out.

If RAM tests fine, then go for a BIOS update. I have run into some weird things with that chipset in ragards to raid vs mem. Using RAID on that system?

Is your system overclocked? try running it at standard speed. If that fixes it then run at a lower overclock or get better cooling.

If it still doesnt work after all that, see if you cant borrow another processor from someone and try running it with a different processor.

If that is not the problem, try running a fresh load of windows for a couple of days, with nothing but windows loaded. If that fixes it then your problem is software, and will go away with the reload.

If you are STILL having trouble after all that, then its time to try swapping out the motherboard. Hopefully yours is still under warranty. If not, I like Asus boards - as they have a 3 year warranty and are just good boards.

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run memtest 86, test each ram stick, if it shows both as bat, then your mobo;'s memory controller is bad. if neither is bad, then it is your graphix card

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If you are worried that it is a memory issue, try downloading the free and excellent Memtest 86 from here:

http://www.memtest86.com/

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Hello there.

From your description is sounds like the new Memory is either faulty, or not compatible with your sytem, this explains the error messages and blue screens.

What i would suggest is to download a free program called 'memtest' that you can burn to cd and let your computer load it up before it loads Windows, this will check the memory for any errors and verify that indeed the memory is faulty.

You can find memtest here

Please try this and let us know what happens. If you only purchased the memory then you can get it replaced for free.

Hope this helps.

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it is a very good chance that it is a video card issue as you said that you can still hear the sound, i mean the sound of windows starting if that is the case then need to get a video card and installif the motheboard doesn't have a AGP slot then get a pci video card, try that

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