This was originally a BSOD thread: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/595650/windows-7-multiple-bsod-and-unstable-system/
As I was trying to fix things with the help of a very kind user (usasma), I was encountering more and more frequent BSOD.
To make sure it wasn't a software problem and to try to fix things, I did a clean install for Wndows 8.1 then upgraded to Windows 10 directly. I still encountered more and more BSOD until the end of last week, when my computer simply stopped sending a video output.
After one last BSOD, the computer booted up correctly, all fans and LEDs working, but no display. Tried using a different HDMI cable, tried rebooting, nothing.
Tried the screen on another device, it worked.
Took the GPU out, tried using the integrated GPU through HDMI and VGA, no results. Still no video output.
I'm guessing something that was messing my computer up died, but what could it be?
Here is the original message:
My computer is two years old, and it has always encountered problems, in varying degrees.
Random BSOD on boot up.
Random BSOD when using it (less frequent).
Disappearing programs - the shortcut sometimes disappears, sometimes it doesn't, and the files vanish.
Visual bugs, especially when playing a game.
Firefox crashes (often when watching a video).
Boots up, but unable to launch any sort of program.
Here are my specs:
OS: Windows 10
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K (3.4 GHz)
GPU: VTX3D Radeon HD 7950 OC X-Edition, 3 GB
RAM: Kit Dual Channel DDR3 Crucial Ballistix Sport, 2 x 4 GB
MB: MSI Z77A-G45
Network: TP-Link TL-WN881ND
SSD: SSD Samsung Série 840 EVO, 250 GB, SATA III
HD: Western Digital Caviar Blue, 1 TB
Power supply: Super Flower Golden Green, 550W
What can I do now?
Thanks in advance for your help.