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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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