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Driver issues? I built 2 computers exactly the same (xfx 750i, q6700, 4g ram, 500g seagate sata drive) within 2 hours of eachother. The first is working flawlessly and no problems. The second is not. I loaded windows xp-no problem. I load the drivers for the mb and gpu, restart the computer and BAMM!!! cylces over and over with a blue screen......... Got it to work momentarily by using the windows xp disc to repair windows. It repairs a boot sector and everything is fine. Start it up, use it for a moment or 2, try to burn a copy of my disc and BAMM!!!! Again.. starts to cycle through the blue screen of bloody hell.

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  • sircox May 28, 2009

    Well some new information.... If i don't have the dvd hooked up then no bluescreen. if its hooked up on either computer it produces a blue screen of *W$(URIFHE*WH(*RUDI... more to come... if anyone has input please let me know.

  • sircox May 30, 2009

    It was happening with 2 different ones. Just posting to let anyone who reads this know the solution. First the issue is with the 750i Nvidia drivers. After extensive research, if you use the 790i Media Shield drivers then there will be no issues. Nvidia does not acknowledge the problem. After more research and forum searching, I found that it is a common problem with MANY Nvidia motherboards to include, all 6 series, 750i, and some 9 series motherboards from Nvidia.

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Try the second hard drive in the first computer that's working. If it works all right then you probably have a RAM/MB problem.

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