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I got my Intel Motherboard replaced 5 days back and now if i start my PC it shows a Blue screen Error. Can any one suggest me what the issue is actually! Thanks in advance Regards Ganesh S

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  • Ganesh S Sep 07, 2009

    But my motherboard's same as i replaced. Intel got me a new motherboard. Will the things become Ok if i reinstall my OS?

  • Ganesh S Sep 07, 2009

    I have done these steps of troubleshooting. Still the problem persists.

  • Mitesh Kr Anand May 11, 2010

    Did you reinstall the Operating System again? This issue may occurs if you are still using the previous installed Operating System.

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Check your motherboard's specification regarding to RAM and try to boot your computer with a new RAM. May be it can help you.

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Yup! Start the computer and get into the BIOS (press the "del"ete key after you turn on the PC.
One of the last menus is "reset settings to default" (or words to that effect).
Save the changes (F10?) .. Widows will boot and after it "settles", it will "find" new hardware.... Allow it to proceed.

I'm sure other (new) issues will appear. Come back and post those issues for a resolution.

Hope this helps!

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Did you replace it with the exact same board?? There is a piece of hardware conflicting somewhere within the system. Usually when you replace hardware you have to configure windows to run with it. You can fix this by running the repair option with windows os disk. If the motherboard is not the same as what you had it will cause windows to blue screen of death. The only way to fix it is to reinstall or repair windows.

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  • Michael Beverlin Sep 08, 2009

    Things should be just fine if you reinstall windows. Even if it is tha exact same board, there might be something different with the board even if its just alike. Maybe a transitor or something. There are many aspects of the hardware that windows uses to run. If just a slight change in those specs and windows will go crazy. Like I posted in the beginning, if you have windows disk, you can repair windows. It acts like its installing a new windows, but in reality its just making changes to itself to accomidate the new specs.



    Windows, after it runs its set up, will hask you if you want to repair windows or install a new copy. Hit repair and it will make all the needed changes without loosing all you saved data.

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