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#1 eliterandom

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Posted 26 August 2014 - 09:23 AM

So I will basically list everything I have done so far in a day. 

 

Things I have

 

Mid tower Antec 300

GTx 560

Micro ATX Asrock H61M/U3S3

Psu 620

8gb and a 4gb Gskill 10666 or 1333

128Gb SSD

1tb HDD

 

What I ordered last week

 

Full tower Thermaltake MK-I

ATX Asrock z77 EXTREM4 LGA 1155

 

So I changed everything except the motherboard into the new case and the new motherboard. I recieved BSOD after turning it on and I even changed out the HDD from a 500gb seagate I had before buying the ssd. Still same problem

 

So I put everything back into the old Tower the Antec 300 and now it is not showing any video except the onboard. I even checked BIOS and its on PCIE for the Graphics.

 

So overall i am stuck. I checked all the connections nothings wrong and I even reset the Graphics card.

 

When it was in the new tower I reset the RAM the SSD/ HDD but still same thing. I couldnt check what the BSOD says because it restarted quick.


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#2 eliterandom

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Posted 26 August 2014 - 09:25 AM

Could Motherboard cause BSOD because I have been looking online and all i see is RAM and Drive failures or faulty.



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Posted 26 August 2014 - 10:35 AM

So I will basically list everything I have done so far in a day. 

 

Things I have

 

Mid tower Antec 300

GTx 560

Micro ATX Asrock H61M/U3S3

Psu 620

8gb and a 4gb Gskill 10666 or 1333

128Gb SSD

1tb HDD

 

So I changed everything except the motherboard into the new case and the new motherboard. I recieved BSOD after turning it on and I even changed out the HDD from a 500gb seagate I had before buying the ssd. Still same problem

 

So I put everything back into the old Tower the Antec 300 and now it is not showing any video except the onboard. I even checked BIOS and its on PCIE for the Graphics.

 

 

It's not clear to me just what you did.  Did you replace the motherboard with a new one?  Did you attempt to use the hard drive from the former layout...without reinstalling Windows? 

 

What components make up the "everything" that you put back "into the old Tower"?

 

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Posted 26 August 2014 - 10:42 AM

yeah sorry bout that. I replaced the motherboard with a new one with the list I said I purchased this week the Asrock Z77 extreme4 along with the Thermaltake Full tower. When i transferred the SSD, HDD, RAM, CPU and the graphics card over I got BSOD. I tested out another HDD i had and same reaction. So i went to the old tower i used to have and now that one doesnt have video unless you use Onboard. 

 

So all i did was transfer everything from the old tower and the mother to the new tower and the new mother. Once i got BSOD and tried a few options I went back to the old tower and MOBO to see if it would cause it again but to find out the graphics doesnt show any video except only the onboard. I checked BIOS and it shows PCIE for Graphics.

 

So my only thought now is its my graphics unless you guys have something else.

 

Hope this makes a lil more sense.

 

Sorry for not being clear also.



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Posted 26 August 2014 - 11:55 AM

You (generally) cannot transfer a hard drive reflecting Windows...to a different system...and expect it to work properly.  The drivers for Board A are different from the drivers from Board B...they are not designed to be interchangeable/operative with any motherboard other than the original (Board A)

 

Ditto for the Windows license, unless it is a retail license.

 

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