Thread Tools Search this Thread 01-19-2011, 09:30 AM #1 Dvine D-NO Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 10 OS: Vista, XP, 7 Hi tech support forum. I have all the latest drivers. The only running program (other than usual Windows OS stuff) was WD. Move the disk to the new PC and boot it in its clean, sysprepped state. his comment is here
I have the memory dumps. View Related Posts . . commands. (You'll need to purchase the software if you want it to repair for you, but the company will refund your money if the software doesn't get you fixed up to Yes, drivers.
Posted On: 2010-08-05 . Typical system is offline, possibly abroad and would like to make the fail-over as easy as possibly for customers. System Restore obviously will not work as the old laptop was 14 months old (and yes I had tried). So my...
Let me know if you have any luck. Starts windows 7 install. I simply move the cable, driver and WD to my Win 7 PC and the blue screens started there. New Motherboard Startup Repair I have checked every driver individually, run memtest86, and checked the BIOS about 50 times.
I repartitioned the disk, extracted the Vista32 installation to the new partition, rebooted, and........that's when I had to start learning "Everything I Never Wanted To Know About Windows 7 Boot Sequence". Posted On: 2010-03-17 . The computer turns off devices (like the mouse) to "save power"This is what causes the freezing. http://newwikipost.org/topic/ytryq8mNA80bmYCbIRioPaFlhCu2xBZn/Blue-screen-of-death-w7-32-bit-moved-from-Vista-7.html Please post the URL.
I was trying to capture awim file for windows 7 to a bootable ufd, but the 16gb ufd was too small. Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen View 5 Replies . All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices When I got the PC built I had a different model number GIGABYTE motherboard, I think the last few numbers may have been B2).
Extra info: the Win7 disk is SATA. View 2 Replies . Windows 7 Won't Boot After Motherboard Replacement I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to do at this point. Paragon Adaptive Restore 2010 If you don’t know the model number you can use CPUID and locate the model number and manufacturer on the “Mainboard” tab: In this example, the manufacturer is MSI (Micro-Star International),
I went to device manager and the controller for the 2nd drive is there. this content I have a feeling its summet to do with drivers on the nvidia card as nvidia dont offer drivers for sony vaio's with there graphics card installed, when its a default When i insert one of my flash drives, i get a bsod. At first, it only seemed to happen when i tried to save a word file to the flash drive (so i thought it was an issue with that device) - but New Motherboard Windows 10 Won't Boot
I think i would like to reformat it and use it as a back-up drive with the new drive as the master. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Win 7 Ultimate x86 CPU AMD Athlon II x2 240 Processor 2.80GHz Motherboard ASUS M4A785-M Memory G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) DDR2, Even after the reboot, even though I had not yet logged on, there were on-going events - too many to look at.Thanks for the help so far. weblink Northern California, U.S.A.
Run now for two months with no problem. Msi Motherboard Driver Downloads Northern California, U.S.A. was it the psu or the 8 pin half covered that caused all my greif?
Windows 7: Windows 7 BSOD after HDD move. Upon booting that drive it told me to insert the windows dvd to repair the installation. Now, I'm no expert on this so I don't know the right terminology but I can try to explain what it seems like is going based on what I learned on Install Drivers From Command Prompt Please post the URL.
So i went and bought 2 new hard drives, still seagate but with 32mb cache, 500gb. When I think about it, I believe you are going down the wrong trail. When I try to rename it'll stop immediately after I select rename. check over here If I were to trust that stack though, I'd say it had something to do possibly with a bluetooth usb device.
On board network adapter (says its working fine) always reads cable unplugged about two weeks ago, installed linsys wireless card from closet, no issues. You'll probably have to run through Vaio's own website to find the appropriate oem drivers for your videocard. 01-20-2011, 12:02 PM #6 VirGnarus Windows Tech TeamBSOD Kernel Dump Expert My Win Vista PC was stable for years and I had not added any software recently prior to the start of the problem.