March 29, 2011 at 4:22 pm #29127JelysnorfParticipant
Ok not extremely good with computers but I'll try and explain this to you as best I can.First my friend helped me build a computer, so it is decked out but I've been having problems with blue screen crashes. I think this was because of problems with need for updated software, so I updated graphics, firmware etc. Now this appeared to work but recently I've been having the same problem, so I updated my bios and that's when the problems started. The updated appeared to work but when I restarted my computer the resolution was all messed up and I could no longer use as high res as I could before. I downloaded some updated drivers automatically and everything appeared to be fine. Then I restarted my computer and bam, black screen, the mouse wouldn't light up, and this whole time all the fans on my pc were on and it seemed to be running just with no output.All help would be much appericated!March 29, 2011 at 10:38 pm #33230MitzKeymaster
Hi thereWelcome to the forum.When building the computer did you research what parts went into this? I know from experience that one wrong component in this mix can create a lemon. Anyway if you were still having a blue screen I would definitely tell you to take a photo of the info that flashes on the screen...Maybe you did this?As you have updated the Bios. This is your latest and greatest problem. MY rule for the BIOS is if it is not broken, then don't fix it. The questions I have for you is...Did you backup the bios first? Did you use a CD rom or a floppy disc to do the flash? Have you thought of returning the motherboard to the shop and starting again?Hopefully the BIOS didn't cause the black screen and the previous problem did. If it was the BIOS there is a good chance your computer may not boot again because when you power down after a failed flash there is usually no going back. Most times this has to be repaired by the manufacturer.February 24, 2012 at 11:42 am #33231warnerbob18Participant
Blue screen means BSOD and its usually a hardware error that may be occur because of loose connection of data buses with hard drive. Make sure all the connections are connected properly. As this is the part of Computer support so it will be better to take some guidelines with experts.February 28, 2012 at 1:04 pm #33232AnonymousInactive
My irritation knew no bounds when the tech expert told me of issues owing to Low Virtual Memory and too many startup programs that are making the system go slow. I was feeling wretched to know about n-number of issues that my system was effected with. I had no way but to ask him provide adept PC Support and help me regain my computerâ€™s health.July 10, 2012 at 10:37 am #33233gladiolusParticipant
Nice post.. thanks for sharing a very informative post..
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