Blue screen and troubled start up

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February 12, 2009 at 10:28:02
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate, 2.999 GHz / 2046 MB
Hello. Well I've been having a problem ever since I received my PC for x-mas. When I got it, installed it, and all of that it worked fine. But the next day when I started it up. I started experiencing problems.
- The computer had trouble starting and would either just go blue screen or die on me.
At this time I had an ATA drive and so we thought maybe that was it. So I got a SATA drive, plugged it in, installed stuff and etc. Same problems and my computer would restart.

STATS at this time and that time :

OS: Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32bit)
CPU/Ram: 2.999 GHz / 2046 MB
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio
PowerSupply: 730Watt
RAM: 2 gb
Duo Core processor, ASROCK motherboard...

Ok, so we eventually sent in 3 parts (just b/c)[We knew at this time that the cpu was overheating and knew it was a problem] the Graphics Card, Motherboard, and Processor. The graphics card was ok, I guess, and was sent back (obviously tested on due to scratches on it in some places) and the motherboard and process did NOT overheat now.

I was finally happy when I got it back, but sadly it the following problems existed:

The first time I start up my computer in the morning I first get an constant black screen. Nothing loads, nothing comes up. NOTHING.
Then after I restart I get a loop of questions that pushing 'enter' doesnt work...
Then after I restart again I select 'start with last known good settings' and I get in. Then I get a blue screen.
I repeat this and then it works (sometimes).
I've tried reinstalling hundreds of times. Nohthing. Tried XP, nothing worked...

Can someone help?

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February 14, 2009 at 02:03:53
Could be faulty memory. Download Memtest 86 burn it to cd or onto floppy disk and boot from it. Let it run for several hours. If the memory is in trouble it will tell you.

Computers... designed to entertain,help with work but most of all to frustrate you!

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