Anyways, I have having with a custom rig that I built in Sept. of 09. This is my first build, so I was bound to view errors at one point or another.
mobo : http://www.tigerdire...0124&CatId=3495
network card: http://www.newegg.ca...N82E16839121008
I entered the most probable failed components.
Quick note: my mobo doesn't support the 1066 ram, so I overclocked it.
(had a couple errors before, no blue screens though)
Purchased an upgradeable version of Vista, used the free upgrade disk to jump to 7 OEM.
I was on audacity fixing up a recording, then my comp. shut down. Restarted, black screen after logon screen. Restarted again, BSOD.
It was 1 in the morning (sat.) So I gave up and decided to try again the next day.
I come back, same problems, the BSODs always have either one of the following errors:
keyscrambler.exe (or .sys) exception error
NO readable error, just stop codes that can't be googled for a result
Tried the following:
Safe mode with networking
Safe mode with command prompt
Low Res (640 * 480)
Last known good config.
Repair your computer
Everything above (with the exception of repair your computer) either:
1. showed a BSOD with the errors formentioned above after or before logon screen entry
2. showed Black screen of death after logon screen entry, no explorer.exe process. Normal mode usually hangs after a couple of minutes, safe mode becomes functional
I was able to access restore system through repair your comp.
All I got to was being able to chose a date and comp. telling me that it can't complete the restore, but after I press X, it restarts and mentions that a restore has been successful
When I was able to access the environment, I did the following (safe mode):
ran virus scan with Avast and MalwareBytes and SuperAntiSpyware (clean, some trojans, deleted)
uninstalled ALL drivers with DriverSweeper.
tried uninstalling keyscrambler, got bsod EVERYtime during program's uninstaller, just deleted the main program files in the program files location.
Haardware wise, I tried:
reseating all ram sticks
unplugging all devices
I noticed that prior to this, my mouse had low battery, the same day, but a couple of hours before the problems occurred.
I think I have the BSOD program. I might be able to access it's logs. Any instructions on how I can help?
Edited by bluegang6, 08 December 2010 - 05:39 PM.