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BSOD in win 7

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Recently I had a Bsod while booting my pc which is running win 7 os.


So, I checked my computer hardware for any problems. I found Nothing .


Then i changed my OS to win 8. which is Installed and booted successfully.


but after using it for sometimes I found my system hangs alot and again i found bsod in my pc.


Again i decided to check my pc hardware for problems. I found that my cpu fan legs is loosen and came out which is not in contact with the processor.


So, I disassembled my pc hardware to replace my cpu fan it its place and i done it correctly and also I found my pc working good after that.


Eventhough I didn't like some of the feautres in win 8. I planned to install win 7 again.


Now when I  installing windows 7 everything went good till the completing installation stage in win 7 , i found that my pc again shows bsod. I checked my hardware again ,but there is no problem .


Again changed to windows 8 it works fine. The problem is when i tried to  install win 7 bsod starts. this time there is no problem in cpu fan.


please help me.  

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There are gadzillions of reasons for a BSOD. What does your BSOD say exactly?

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