alright first off, this has caused enough trouble i was forced to completely format both my computer hard drives and start on a clean slate. since then i have been able to get my computer up and running but i am still having trouble. first off my mother board is a p5e-vm do, its asus and i have also been seeing its
alright first off, this has caused enough trouble i was forced to completely format both my computer hard drives and start on a clean slate. since then i have been able to get my computer up and running but i am still having trouble. first off my mother board is a p5e-vm do, its asus and i have also been seeing its missing its pci drivers, serial port for example. i have gone through a number of ways to fix this issue but i have yet to find anything that works in the time it takes for my computer to once again blue screen. i have at max 5 minutes to do what i need to do. though this is also a factor to this, it could be a heating issue though i have eliminated those factors through lots of other crap that i have done over the last couple days of fixing my computer. so far though, the only thing that is off is my pci serial drivers. i need to know how the hell i can find these impossible to find drivers for my specific computer. i have searched for the last day trying to find the answers. so far nothing has turned up at all. i have dont discchecks and memtests with no results, i have torn my computer down to everything, cleaned everything, booted up with the least amount of things, and i still get blue screened through it all. as far as i know this is 1 out of 2 options that i can proceed to follow. the other is something about the bios cache disabling that i know nothing about at the moment, but some feed back asap could be very useful to me.
You need to download the full driver installer ONLY from the motherboard manufacturers site. ANY other source can be providing totally wrong drivers. Consider also the possibility that a faulty hard drive can also cause blue screen crashes. And those problems will NOT always show on a disk check, if the system has to repeat a check and fix, it expects that, so it may not help at all. I have NEVER had to mess with BIOS cache settings. Di9d you remove all heat sink paste from the CPU and heat exchanger, then carefully install new paste?
you need to update your chipset drivers for your motherboard, that will fix the pci serial driver issue, your computer wouldnt blue screen if it was overheating it was just shut off, more then likely you have a hardware component going out. download "hirens" or "Ultimate Boot CD" from sourceforge.net and install it to a usb or a blank cd, boot into it and run HDD tests and memory testss, it is more then likely one of these 2 problems, but better to diagnose then to tell you what it might be and have u spend money on the wrong solution
Download the program Blue Screen View from Nirsoft.
i cannot find either hirens or ultimate boot from source forge
try this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMYUiYqPp…