Most times when I try to start up my computer, it will attempt to do so, only to turn off, and restart itself again and bring me to this screen.
Usually, I can amend this issue by going into my bios, locating my processors core clock speed, changing it to 133 (stock speed for my i7 920), changing it back to 150 (the speed I normally run it at), and restarting the computer. Usually, I need to do this process a few times before my computer will actually start up. Sometimes it starts up first try, and sometimes I need to do this process multiple times. This is very frustrating at times, when I just want to use my computer, and I need to fiddle around in the bios, changing the base clock on my processor to get my computer to start up. Once my computer is running, it works fine. I can also restart it no problem.I also cannot put my computer into sleep mode. When I do, it wont wake up and my monitor wont turn on (the power "on" light on the monitor ends up flashing). To fix this issue I need to flip the switch on my power supply, and then it transfers into the first issue I described. It is an annoying process, and I would love some feedback as to what the issues could possibly be.
Here are a few pictures I took of my various bios settings. You will see what I mean by my processor core clock being at 150. I wasn't exactly sure which images would be appropriate so I just uploaded a few. If different ones are needed I will be happy to upload them. Any help is appreciated and I would just like to figure out what the problem is. I've also included a dxdiag file of my system specs.
(hopefully the images are viewable)
Thanks for your time,
Edited by hamluis, 04 March 2012 - 07:24 AM.
Moved from Win 7 to Internal Hardware.