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The old girls just about dead : from blue to black scren :(


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#1 motogpfan82

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 10:55 PM

A few weeks ago my computer started acting funny. It started giving my a blue screen stop error message 0x00000001, first it was every hour then it kept coming sooner and sooner till it finally would give me the error as soon as windows finished loading my profile settings. After that I was able to boot and run the computer non-networked indefinitely, but every time I tired to run a anti-virus it wouldn't let me install, saying either the disk was corrupted or my computer was infected. Everytime I would boot safe with network and would try to connect to the internet or run my anti-virus, the computer would shut down. After this about three times, it would boot at all, just stay on my bios screen, for the first four times I was able to acess my bios settings only, but after that I lost that function. After four times restarting checking and reloading default bios settings, my computer would just stat, show my gigabyte bios key opinion, which wouldn't work, and then go to a black screen with a blinking courser, that I could not type any commands into. Now after three restarts the computer now just shuts its self down after about 40 seconds of running, without booting or sending anything to the screen. Only thing I was able to try was test my memory in another computer and it worked fine. I built the computer about 3/4 years ago, and the specs are below. Any idea what the problem could be, can the old girl, or at least the hard drive be saved? Thanks.


It has a gigabyte S-series GA-73PVM-S2H mother board, a Intel Pentium Dual-Core E6500 Wolfdale 2.93GHz Dual-Core Processor,2gb Crucial Ballistix 1GB 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM, powered by a 500w power supply. I'm running windows 7 64 bit, and generally just use it for light gaming and internet browsing.

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 11:42 PM

try to boot into Windows 7 Recovery Options or Install Disk and select Start up Repair (http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/681-startup-repair.html follow the instructions) or go to this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2203330 for the supported fix for Stop: 0x00000001 Microsoft has a hot fix for the problem

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 01:19 AM

I tried to boot from my windows 7 disk and nothing happens. the screen stays black. No bios options, not courser, nothing.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 01:45 PM

Ok, Let try these

Does it pass POST at all? how many beeps do you hear?

do you have a Graphics Card in your computer or just the on board video chip. If you have one I would say remove it and use VGA until it boots but this is my guess.

If you can get it to the advance boot options (F8) key usually start it up using Last Known Good Configuration

To abort a system shutdown you can type in this command prompt

shutdown /a this switch is to abort the shutdown.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 03:42 PM

It used to pass POST, and before when it would display my mother board screen with bios options it would beep three times before going to a black screen with a blinking courser. I could not access any of my bios settings from that point, non of the hot keys worked, and I could not type any commands using the blinking courser. At this point it will start, make a sound like its trying to access the hard drive files, then shut down after twenty seconds. At this point its not sending a digital signal at all to my monitor. It doesn't seam like bios or windows register files are loading. All of the lights are on, on the mother board. It has an on bard video chip. I know this might sound kind of vague. but thanks for any advice.




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