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Hmm. Replacing the PSU didn't fix the problem...

The crash sometimes happens while windows is in its loading part... What does that tell us? I've tested practically all my hardware and am now convinced it's either software or bios...?
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Few people have advised me that the problem might be in hard-drive, temperature or processor. One thing might also be the power supply.
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Yeah, I backuped all my important files onto the network computer and tried to reformat to just have my computer crash on me... I think maybe the hard drive is dying...
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Here's a question for all of you that posted about registering those dll files:
Is there way to register those when your can't get into windows? The update so severly smacked my system that it won't boot up windows, I had to install a parallel OS and look at the update logs to see what had happened. Can I somehow fix the registry of my broken windows intall from within another OS (server 2003)? I read somewhere than you can manually download the dll files from a site and copy them to the appropriate directories, but I'm not sure if that will update the registry properly. Any ideas, please let me know.
-Trevor
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