Blue screen of death

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  1. francoeurdavid

    francoeurdavid New Member

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    I'm having a lot of Blue screen of deaths and i's really pissing me off because every time I shutdown my computer after a BSOD I'm having a BIOS error that tells me "You have a disk error press control alt delete to reboot. and I must unplug the PC to get in in W7 seven back again. Anyone knows where it comes from?

    Build 7057

    Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz
    2 GB of memory tested and working
    500G Seagate hard drive
    8800 GTS 320 MB
    EVGA nForce 680i SLI motherboard

    I don't know if it's a KIS error because as long as I can remember I didn't have this error before installing it.

    Thanks a lot :D
     
  2. cmn

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    View the Event log once you are back on Windows Desktop and locate critical error log for clues.

    Click Start > Search programs and files and in that search box type eve {ENTER]
    Most likely causes Video Adapter driver incompatibility. Install Vista drivers for your Win 7 Bits from EVGA site for your MoBo starting with Chipset and then Video , audio etc using DM .
    Sorry too late tonight to type a detailed help and hence this 'telegraphic' type answer.
     
  3. francoeurdavid

    francoeurdavid New Member

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    This is a kernel error, but I ain't have a power problem and I installed nvidia drivers for Windows 7 64 bits for my card.

    And its 11:10 and I had no problem since the KIS 2009 uninstallation. How can Kaspersky crash my computer with a kernel error? (if its the case)

    Thanks a lot, I didn't remember about the evenets viwer :D
     
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  4. cmn

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    You may need BIOS troubleshoot -the Neuro surgery of Computer Troubleshooters. Check this URL for some tips and read carefully the discussion Windows 7 crash - Page 2 - Windows 7 Forums
    Read your MoBO Manual on BIOS setup and take several trips to your BIOS setup and go through each menu and submenu and their settings with a fine- toothed- comb before you attempt to save any changes you make in the mock section. Remove any resource hogs off of your PC.

    Will check this thread in 14-16 hrs from now. Good luck. By the way Win 7 Build 7052 is the worst I have dealt with and BUILD 7042 and the latest ( after 7052) floating around are good.
     
  5. francoeurdavid

    francoeurdavid New Member

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    Ok, I use 7057 and I things my BIOS is fine but I'll stil ltake a look.

    I found on google that this error maybe a power management problem, a fail to sleep error or something.
     

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