Approx. start date
Dec 31, 1969
List of current issues
when I start the computer into Windows 7 is shuts down with a blue screen
I can go into safe mode but I cant get the computer to stay on in normal
login mode
Steps taken, but unsuccessful?
I look up the motherboard and tried in install the motherboard files
this is when I get the load detection error

Rozesky2

Level 3
the motherboard is an msi 760Gm-E51
I went to msi website and downloaded the drivers for the motherboard because the system was crashing. I thought it was probably caused but the graphic driver but when I uninstall the driver and tried to run the ccc install again I still get failed to load detection driver. I tried using ddu to totally uninstall the current graphic driver but that didnt work.
I dont know what else to try to get this computer working

Any help will be great thanks in advance.
 

marg

Level 12
Verified
Did you try the Factory install disks.? I only downloaded a few drivers once & it messed up my Windows 7 PC. I am sure you will get help from one of our great Tech Gurus on this forum.
 

Rozesky2

Level 3
i dont have the msi motherboard disc but i had the problem before I tried to install
the ccc from the msi download. This download is giving me the most current drivers
though so that should be better.
Thanks for your suggestion though
 
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Rozesky2

Level 3
This morning I decided to use a new hard drive and install windows 7 on it. So far I have had none of the issue I had before. The drivers that came with the motherboard , (the CCC ) are installing just fine. No blue screen and no problems.
I do wonder why the older drive would have be the cause of all the problems since it was the original drive in the computer but I am happy the problem is solved.
 

Vasudev

Level 28
Verified
This morning I decided to use a new hard drive and install windows 7 on it. So far I have had none of the issue I had before. The drivers that came with the motherboard , (the CCC ) are installing just fine. No blue screen and no problems.
I do wonder why the older drive would have be the cause of all the problems since it was the original drive in the computer but I am happy the problem is solved.
You could have uninstalled AMD chipset drivers accidentally? OR it would be signs of failing HDD.
 

vishwa

New Member
BSOD basically related to hard disk failure. May be your hardware is running out of life. Better diagnose your system with any third party system scanner. May be its a fault of your hard drive.