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booting issues/crash dump with windows 7


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#1 jayme1112

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 12:45 AM

my computer doesn't seem to want to boot! however when it does actually boot and run windows, it works fine as far as i can tell. in the systems configurations all the devices show to be working properly. this is my 1st build and i am learning as i go, any useful suggestions would be greatly appreciated. note: whenever i get the computer booted and running, it works fine but when i shut it down and then turn it back on later, i have to start all over again. i get error messages and a blue screen.

system specs:
ASUS M4N75TD MOTHERBOARD
ASUS N-13 WIRELESS CARD/ADAPTER
ASUS ENGTS250X2 GRAPHICS CARDS
APEVIA WARLOCK 750 WATT PSU
AMD PHENOM IIX4 955 3.20 PROCESSOR
ASUS DVD +/- RW (SATA) PLUGINS
SEAGATE BARRACUDA 7200RPM 32MB CACHE 1TB INTERNAL HDD (SATA) PLUGINS
WINDOWS 7 64BIT FULL OEM VERSION
4 ONBOARD COOLERMASTER CASE FANS 1X120MM AND 3X140MM


error codes are as follows:0x00000024 (0x00000000001904fb, 0xfffff880042f4108,0xfffff880042f3960, 0xfffff8000c1f5000)

0x00000019 (0x0000000000000020, 0xfffff8a00845c20, 0xfffff8a00845cc50, 0x0000000005030106)

their seems to be different error codes on each unsuccessful boot. however when windows does load properly, the computer works fine, or until i try to download. example: (downloading drivers) then i get the blue screen with the crash dump!

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 10:22 AM

STOP 24 errors...can indicate a problem with either the NTFS file system...the hard drive itself...or Windows file ntfs.sys.

I would try the chkdsk /r command equivalent in Win 7, http://www.webtlk.com/2010/02/25/how-to-fi...d-in-windows-7/.

If that fails, it's probably the file system or hard drive, IMO.

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