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try a cold boot with just one stick ... 3) see if there is a bios upgrade available for your board.. #11 mlc, Jan 10, 2011 medichawk1 Junior Member Joined: The issues at step 3/5 could simply be from all those crashes in the beginning where you had to shut the computer down and turn it back on. A physical problem with your hard drive is certainly a reason why Windows might reboot continuously, freeze completely, or stop in its tracks. This ONLY happens on the first power up, subsequent reboots run fine. Source

You can reset the BIOS by clearing out the CMOS. What would be a good replacement PSU for my set up. Note that the first thing to try is to restart the computer in Safe Mode and then perform a shutdown. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Handmade OS Seven 64 bits Rc1 7100 CPU Intel q6600 G0 Motherboard P5k Epu Memory 2* 4 gb Kingston pc 6400 and 2 *4 gb my review here

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Running on a Falcon II SSD I did the customary move of files to another drive when i first formatted the ssd. No, create an account now. Article How To Use System Restore in Windows Article Access the Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 or Windows 8 Article How To Force Windows To Restart in Safe Mode List

  1. Interesting, I beleive I have G.Skill DDR3 ram.
  2. ill probably just let it go until it totally breaks though. #5 wirednuts, Dec 18, 2010 stargazr Platinum Member Joined: Jun 13, 2010 Messages: 2,192 Likes Received: 20 I would
  3. I will post back in a few hours with the results.
  4. My System Specs OS Vista x64 / 7 X64 CPU E8400 Motherboard ASRock 1333 GLAN R2.0 Memory 2x1 gb 800mhz Graphics Card 9500gt 1gb Case Coolermaster Cooling Winpower 500w Hard Drives

There are a few hotfixes that Microsoft has released that pertain to this exact issue and therefore could solve your problem without you having to do anything. - Next up is Scan your computer for viruses, again from Safe Mode.A virus or other kind of malware might have caused a serious enough problem with a part of Windows to cause it to If you follow the steps mentioned above thoroughly, you will be able to fix this problem. Windows 7 Stuck On Starting Windows Fix Depending on the brand of your motherboard, this is sometimes a BIOS issue.

how about your hard drive? Windows 7 Freezes On Startup This guy posted a youtube video, with exactly the same problem I'm experiencing.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHBVUkDNZEc mhelm1Aug 31, 2010, 9:18 PM Are you using the USB 3 ports? Clear the CMOS. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/10297-63-diagnose-startup-boot-hang-windows Of course, Windows won't load, so you can only do this using a Linux, like an Ubuntu Live CD.

Most programs load once you're at the desktop (i.e. Windows 7 Freezes On Startup Logo If you get back into Windows, you can then do a system restore, etc. - A few people have also had success by resetting their BIOS. A System Restore will return all of those things to their last working order which could solve your problem entirely.Note: Depending on the reason that Windows isn't starting, you might not If it doesn't help re enable and go to the next hardware item to try.Definitly move the video card to test that theory as well.

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To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-fix-stopping-freezing-and-reboot-issues-during-windows-startup-2624448 I'll start off with hardware checks then we can move onto more complicated software checks.I could start off by running hard drive diagnostics. Windows 10 Freezes At Startup Removing the note and the app fixed the problem. Windows 7 Freezes After Login Sometimes things don't work exactly as they should, especially after Windows has installed updates or there were other major changes to the operating system the last time it was up and

until the next cold boot or when ever... http://docsintime.com/windows-7/win-wont-boot-without-f8.html But I guess I was trying to avoid any operation that could possibly have me spend any more time into further rescue operations.Now, I'll keep testing by rebooting as often as solved Removed photo card without eject, windows 7 now hangs up on logo Trying to diagnose Windows7 crashes Power supply needed? upon pressing the power button it starts up and continues thought the process i mentioned above, albeit without the 8-10 wait, this time giving me the option to "repair windows" (recommended) Computer Freezes After Startup Windows 7

It has worked for several people, so it's worth a shot. CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal... 35234800 USN bytes processed. And i have ddr2 800. have a peek here You'll need to go to your manufacturer's website and look for a BIOS update specifically for your motherboard.

rwpritchettSep 11, 2010, 7:48 AM foscooter said: Could be bad RAM. Windows 7 Hangs On Starting Windows Screen Say something to do with the RAM ?(I'm asking about RAM because once, soon after installing the system, I had a BSOD with a warning message related to RAM overheating.Since then, CPU OC has nothing much to do with memory though.

Quite honestly, those Event Viewer errors could be a direct result from a flaky BIOS.

schanSep 4, 2010, 5:48 AM foscooter said: GR8 advice schan!I forgot about the diagnotic start up in msconfig. I've also done a memtest (8hrs, 10 passes) which came back clean.I haven't had any BSOD since.)While browsing different forums, I hit a thread where someone else mentioned he had the I have formated and installed the OS multiple times with the same issue lurking around... Windows 7 Hangs On Startup Welcome Most of the time, however, memory fails slowly and will work up to a point.If your system memory is failing, your computer may power on but then freeze, stop, or reboot

This should help find any eventual problem more efficiently. (I can't believe I haven't thought about this before.)-I will also try to run the "sfc /scannow" prompt.-And maybe a complete repair Hopefully someone can offer insight on this problem, suggestions or links. Try disabling usb 3 and the software and see what happens. http://docsintime.com/windows-7/boot-xp-on-top-of-win7.html Thanks a lot for the input.

Feel free to keep us posted when you have time to format. If the bios battery is dead, when you power off the bios memory might be getting cleared, causing it to do some additional checks. I wouldn't worry too much about it. If you can't or if you need some more help with certain instructions, then post a comment here and we'll try to help!

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