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Winload.exe/BSOD/HDD error

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by bluewavesix, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. bluewavesix

    bluewavesix Thread Starter

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    I have been getting the following BSOD after using my computer for about 30 min:

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    If I try to reboot right away, I get the following screen:

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    I have tried to use my install disk to reformat to no avail. I tried to use the command prompt to access the drive, however, the system won't let me access the HDD. If I wait about 30-45 minutes, windows will start normally, and then crap out after 30-45 min. Here are my computer's specs:

    ASRock z68 Extreme4 MB
    Intel i7 2600k
    16GB GSkill RAM (4x4GB)
    GTX570 Video Card
    Running Win7

    I am running a 64GB SSHDD for the OS and some programs, and a 1.5TB HDD for storage. I am wondering if this may be the problem. I have no way of testing the SSHDD, but I may purchase an external case so I can test it on my laptop. I hope its not the SDHDD as I bought it because it was supposed to be faster and more durable than a regular HDD. Please help!
     
  2. hssonline

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    check if you are able to go to safe mode or not ?
     
  3. bluewavesix

    bluewavesix Thread Starter

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    I can go into safe mode, but I haven't tested if it will stay on with out BSOD after 30-45 min. I will try that as soon as I can. Do you think I should just re-install windows while it's working for the first 30 min?
     
  4. hssonline

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    if it works in safe mode than one of the drivers.See if any minidumps are created. you can just type minidumps in start--> search... and attached latest one.
    If not try system restore to point when everything was working last time.
     
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