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Hi Idiots, 

just letting everyone know my computer crashed. not sure when i will get it back up and running....working on it!

 

I was in the middle of a game when i got this blue screen ...and haven't been able to get it to work since. 

hopefully see you idiots soon!

 

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I tried everything, chkdsk, advanced repair options from Windows CD ect. Nothing worked. Even tried system restore

 

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Well unfortunately I was not able to...will have to start over! Ugh

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4 hours ago, TheHammer said:

Please fix it fast I love to kill you in game !!!!    :)

LOL

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Couple things to try.

 

Remove your CMOS battery and let it sit for a few minutes to clear CMOS. If you have a multi meter make sure that the battery has not gone bad before reinstalling it. They DO go bad or dead after a couple of years. They are a CR2032 3v non rechargeable battery.

 

Re-seat your CPU and apply new thermal compound. (Intel Only)  Look for bent pins in your socket or dark colored pads on your CPU. Make sure there are no chunks of thermal compound in the CPU socket. (AMD only) Just re-seat the CPU and put a Pea sized glob of thermal compound and reattach the cooler. 

 

Re-seat the memory,Video card and all of the SATA and SATA power connectors hooked between your motherboard and HDDs. 

 

When a power supply goes bad the computer normally won't even turn on.

Never buy a Cheap power supply. A cheap 650+ watt PSU will have 2-4 power rails with each power rail being less than your video card needs and it will cause serious system instability untill the PSU just blows up. A good 850W PSU will have 1 60A+ 12v rail  where a cheap PSU will have up to 4 16-20 12v power rails.  A higher end GPU such as a 1080TI can peak up to around 375W.  375W divided by 12v = 31.25A minimum.  Rule of thumb? Double that for system stability and the other components. So 62.5A minimum on a Single power rail. Times 12v for your max PSU wattage of 750W. Most Mid to high end AMD CPUs and Video cards use a bit more power than Intel CPUs and Nvidia GPUs. 

 

 A 1200W Gold or Platinum rated PSU actually uses up to 30% less wall power than a 650-850w PSU because of higher efficiency.  It will only use what you need.  

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Thanks for all your info jester, my motherboard was bad..ordered a new one...waiting patiently. I will be back in the saddle soon! 

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Well 1200 dollars later I am back in business! 

New processor 

New Mother Board

New power Supply

New Video Card

Wife is going to divorce me, so now I need a new Wife! 😂

 

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