Computer Not Booting, Multiple BSODs and Hardware Errors

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  1. Posts : 57
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #11

    Hi there,

    I cannot find any mention of CSM Support in my bios. However, boot mode is set to UEFI and Legacy. As I am having lots of issues booting from any disk, surely this must be a problem with my hardware?

    Would the PSU be a possibility as there was an 'internal_power_error'?

    Thanks again for your help. :)
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  2. Posts : 654
    windows 10 Pro
       #12

    Can you now boot into windows
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  3. Posts : 57
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #13

    lifetec said:
    Can you now boot into windows
    Hi there,

    Unfortunately not: Windows still does not boot.
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  4. Posts : 654
    windows 10 Pro
       #14

    But the system wil boot up and hangs on the windows screen.
    Or is it rebooting over and over again

    When did you install the geforce card before or after 10 januari, because i find no nvdia drivers in your driverlist.
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  5. Posts : 57
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #15

    lifetec said:
    But the system wil boot up and hangs on the windows screen.
    Or is it rebooting over and over again

    When did you install the geforce card before or after 10 januari, because i find no nvdia drivers in your driverlist.
    Hi there,

    Sorry, the computer is just hanging on the Windows screen, it does not progress from there.

    I installed the graphics card after the 10th of January. However, I was experiencing BSODs and freezes long before then.

    Many thanks.
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  6. Posts : 654
    windows 10 Pro
       #16

    i suggest a few things to do

    Test your HDD
    Check/analyse the integrity of your HDD you can use Sea Tools
    Download from here http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/313457-seatools-dos-windows-how-use.html

    Put your PSU in another good working system ( or a friends system) and see if that system also BSOD and freezes. Than you now the PSU is faulty.
    But that does not explain why the system won't boot into windows.

    Searching on the net about internal power error i found people also had this bugcheck with a AMD GPUcard. It seems that a windows update changed the driver and the system keep rebooting from within windows. Disabling the card and reinstallling solved this.
    But your system won't boot into windows so probably this is not aplying to your problem.
    But you could try to set in your BIOS your integrated display at first and see if the system then hopefully will boot in windows.

     










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  7. Posts : 57
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #17

    lifetec said:
    i suggest a few things to do

    Test your HDD
    Check/analyse the integrity of your HDD you can use Sea Tools
    Download from here http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/313457-seatools-dos-windows-how-use.html

    Put your PSU in another good working system ( or a friends system) and see if that system also BSOD and freezes. Than you now the PSU is faulty.
    But that does not explain why the system won't boot into windows.

    Searching on the net about internal power error i found people also had this bugcheck with a AMD GPUcard. It seems that a windows update changed the driver and the system keep rebooting from within windows. Disabling the card and reinstallling solved this.
    But your system won't boot into windows so probably this is not aplying to your problem.
    But you could try to set in your BIOS your integrated display at first and see if the system then hopefully will boot in windows.
    Hi there,

    Sorry about the long delay but I have been very busy this weekend. As stated in my first post in this thread, I have already tested the HDD with SeaTools, but I don't think this could be an issue as booting from DVDs/CDs is just as problematic.

    Unfortunately, I cannot see myself having the time or confidence to swap my PSU temporarily to test it.

    I cannot find any setting to switch to integrated graphics in my UEFI. However, as I was having freezes and BSODs before installing my new graphics card, I cannot see that this is the issue.

    Would it still be worth my time removing my graphics card and trying to boot from integrated graphics?

    Sorry I have not posted for so long,

    Many thanks for your help so far. :)
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