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Win 7 64bit BSOD


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Hey,

I recently built a PC:
ASUS P7P55D-E Pro
Intel i5 760 Lynnfield 2.8GHz
4GB G.Skill RAM
500GB 7200RPM
Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Well, I installed Windows 7, and it installed fine and worked fine. I used it for about 3-4 weeks with no problems, although at night I just put it on sleep, not actually shutting it down. Then, one day I had to close the computer for a night. The next morning, I tried turning it on, but I kept getting a BSOD every time. It would show the Motherboard screen, show the Windows 7 loading screen, and then BSOD.

I tried turning on in Safe Mode, and it would BSOD while loading the drivers. So I tried running System Repair, both from the Hard drive and Windows 7 DVD. It would just BSOD while loading the Windows Files. The only thing I can really access is the BIOS, everything else BSODs.

Here is the BSOD:

***STOP: 0x0000001E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0xFFFFF8800329F3FD, 0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF)

***USBPORT.SYS - Address FFFFF8800329F3FD base at FFFFF8800328E000, DateStamp 4a56cc07



I even managed to reinstall Windows 7 once somehow. I don't know how, it just worked when I tried Booting from the WIN7 DVD for the 100th time. It worked fine for 1 week, then when I once again shut down the computer, same thing happened.

Any help would be appreciated. If nothing works, I will just have to reinstall Vista, and I really do not want to do that.
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