Question about ASUS K8V-SE Deluxe Motherboard
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.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
Are you getting a BSOD when your system crashes?
If so, try uploading the minidump files for analysis at somewhere like Motherboard Forums and then someone should be able to see what is causing the crash.
Like damnor01 said, it's probably a problem with Windows (usually drivers) - but if you can swap out the RAM or run MemTest, I'd do that too.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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