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Blue screen implies Windows, but I'd like to be sure. I work independently so I don't have an IT support desk to turn to. Can't find your answer ? Windows 7 won't start after bios update ASUS please HELP! his comment is here

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get If I get a listing of the directories on partition #1, it looks like it's UEFI boot enabled. solved Stuck at GPU Bios information after installing new GPU!! comment:8 Changed 9 years ago by sandervl73 Are you able to turn off VMX/hardware virtualization in the gigabyte bios? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1642895/updated-bios-windows-loading-screen-bsod.html

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If you want to go back to BIOS & MBR you will have to convert your HDD to MBR and do a clean install of the system. I then downloaded the old version and flash the firmware again but that didn't resolve my problem. HAF X,GA-Z77X-D3H,Intel Core I5 3570k,MSI GTX 760*Overclocked*,Corsair Vengeance LP 1600mhz,Corsair TX650 V2,2x Seagate 750gb Barracuda,Samsung 128gb 830,Asus Xonar DG 5.1,Phanteks PH-TC14PE sgtmoody87 View Public Profile Find More Posts by sgtmoody87 Usualy it will BSOD shortly after Windows opens, while the startup programs are loading...and it had done that consistently for a few hours.One thing I did do, was Dell has a

Related Resources solved BSOD - Updated BIOS - Windows doesn't load Windows loading screen freeze after bios update Random BSOD, led to freeze on ASRock screen, cannot access BIOS or load Also ty for try to help me. 08-17-2012, 09:40 AM #4 Amd_Man Moderator - Hardware Forum Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Toronto Posts: 5,753 OS: Windows 10 Though I would've still expected safe mode to work. Upgrading to the most recent BIOS version does not help.

If IDE, switch to AHCI. Windows won't boot if its been switched fro AHCI to IDE or vice versa. sgtmoody87 View Public Profile Find More Posts by sgtmoody87 28th Jul 2012, 13:59 #16 Kotu Hitman Joined: Oct 2002 Location: UK Posts: 889 I think swapping from IDE mode navigate to these guys Instead of remaining an ignorant intransigent, do some research and educate your self about NBR, BIOS, GPT, and UEFI.

that seems to be stable and add support for FX's cpu's. 08-17-2012, 01:37 PM #16 ZeroCool22 Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2012 Posts: 10 OS: Windows 7 x64 comment:11 Changed 9 years ago by sandervl73 That's really strange. You cannot write BIOS/CSM boot information to a GPT disk. NEVER flash (update) the BIOS while in Windows.

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if you set anything yourself in the old BIOS put the settings back the way you had them. https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=174359.0 So I downloaded and installed it. Windows 7 Blue Screen Or have you got an SSD on top of the array, or another volume? Please help!

I will have an investigate of the firmware manual and see if there any clues. this content I reboot and I get a Windows System recovery menu. but, once i updated and restarted my pc, the blue screen appears and it wouldnt let my pc start up. Then check the SATA setting again.

If so, try it. Old version: FA new: FD. Put the BIOS bin file on a usb stick and boot into BIOS and use Asus EZ Flash. __________________ http://www.piriform.com/speccy - System Specs Link 08-17-2012, 09:43 AM #5 ZeroCool22 weblink Ohai tbgApr 5, 2013, 2:43 AM alexoiu said: Weird.

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Thank you very much in advance~ 2 answers Last reply Nov 19, 2013 Best Answer Nov 19, 2013 More about bsod bios update Best answer smorizioNov 19, 2013, 12:19 AM after

I can select and list and detail the partitions on that disks. Can u have some what can be the problem based on the screens also ig u need another screen with another programs. Please help me.PS I also tried to download an older version of BIOS A15, but in safe mode it won't let me run it even when i click run as administrator.I'm The three partitions read as healthy.

I orginially had connected it to my PC via USB 2.0 and formatted the entire drive and everything seemed to be in working order. These are the facts of life and you will just have to accept these facts!Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark Did you try using the* Please use the latest @BIOS or EFIFLASH.EXE to reflash BIOS as recommended by GigaByte on their BIOS download page to reflash your MB? http://helpsbs.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-7f-windows-7.html Thx u. 08-17-2012, 03:07 PM #19 Amd_Man Moderator - Hardware Forum Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Toronto Posts: 5,753 OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit My System

These systems have a different UEFI layout of the system HDD than that of Windows 7. Anyway, if it detects your array (the 2x 750gb Seagates?) and gets to that point then should be fine BIOS/drive wise unless AHCI features anywhere in there? Its also possible for the default settings to change values from the old BIOS . Friday, June 19, 2015 3:55 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote As for the boot order, I can't say for sure because my socket 1155 Gigabyte MB

I just signed up to thank you! HAF X,GA-Z77X-D3H,Intel Core I5 3570k,MSI GTX 760*Overclocked*,Corsair Vengeance LP 1600mhz,Corsair TX650 V2,2x Seagate 750gb Barracuda,Samsung 128gb 830,Asus Xonar DG 5.1,Phanteks PH-TC14PE sgtmoody87 View Public Profile Find More Posts by sgtmoody87 randal View Public Profile Find More Posts by randal 28th Jul 2012, 12:20 #10 chaosophy Wise Guy Joined: Apr 2007 Location: London Posts: 1,348 ok, so that is something alexoiuApr 4, 2013, 6:01 AM Weird.

And then check/change the HDD order. in·tran·si·gent inˈtransəjənt,inˈtranzəjənt/ adjective adjective: intransigent 1. When do you get this blue screen? I'm so lost and confused but it is working.

if you set anything yourself in the old BIOS put the settings back the way you had them.