That being said, beg is exactly what I intende to do. Heh..
I wasnt sure if I was supposed to start a new thread or reply to this one, since it's the same topic, so I just added to this one. I'm sorry if I should have done something else. I'm working on borrowed time here before my computer BSoDs on me again.
Like most people here I've been trying every which way I can think of (or come across online) to try and fix the issue on my own, and I'm really at a loss. I've gotten a plethora of different messages in the stop errors, some of which are (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, file Nv4_disp infinite loop, and system32/drivers/ntsf.sys just as a few) Now keep in mind this laptop has been send back to HP twice before due to the beeps of death (lots of death) One long adn two short beeps, which I was told is a video issue of some kind..
Obviously it either has not been fixed or cannot be fixed-- I was afraid I was making it worse by running a game on the computer and running it fairly hot. During this last round of blue screen errors and black screens and rolling constant restarts I did a lot of internet digging-- as every time my computer does restart and sends me to a microsoft page it tells me the error report was corrupted.if
I thought perhaps it was a driver issue, and I looked and searched for updates to my drives-- I couldn't find any really. I'm not sure if that is because there weren't any to be found, or I don't know where to find them. If I look at my device tab there are no yellow exclamation points or red Xs to be seen, it says everything is working properly.
So I thought perhaps I should simply reinstall the OS back to factory with the disks provided, which I managed to do after a great deal of frustration. I thought everything was fine for a little while, and then bam, more blue screen.
So I thought maybe it was a ram issue, and I pulled out one stick then another, when I pulled out one stick it seemed to fix the issue-- I had no more blue screen for almost two days. I went out and bought a new ram stick, and a laptop cooling pad just to be safe. And the blue screens are back.
I'm truly at a loss, I've considered it being a video adaptor issue, though I have NO idea how to deal with that.
I'm about to chalk it up to one of those things, getting hosed and moving on. But really, it's become an issue of I want to know what the issue is so I know.
Also I know sUBtech asked to add the mini dump file here but I can't seem to find it. I've disabled autoshutdown after an error, but there isnt a file named that in my computer anywhere, so who knows where that is.
In the end, any thoughts anyone has on this would be helpful, as I'm all out.