Computer Freezing Instantly after Start up

July 8, 2009 at 16:25:09
Specs: Windows Vista, P Dual-Core 1.6g/2g
Last Night i left my computer on all night, When i woke up in the morning and pressed on my mouse to bring up my windows screen as i always do it wouldn't load up. So i instantaneously turned it off Via Power button. When i turned it back on it got to the loading screen and froze. I thought it might be a problem with maybe faulty data on the computer so i restored it back to a previous save and i didn't work, now i've been trying to load up System Recovery and it will get a bit through the process and do the the Freeze of Death. its usually every other restart that i can make it farther, I Took out all the extra components and everything that could be taken out for the computer to work but it still does it and i have no idea why if anyone can help me or give me any advise as to what to do it would be greatly appreciated
Spec's on the computer are as follows
Compaq Presario SR5254X
Intel Pentium Dual Core 1.6gig Processor
2x 2 gig Kbyte Ram Sticks
Nvidia 9600 GT OC Graphics Card
Only non-chanable addictions i've made were an Antec 500w Power Supply
(posted in wrong forum at first my appologies i didn't even see where i posted it i was very rushed ><)

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July 8, 2009 at 19:59:33
If you stripped it down and reseated what's left the next step is to diag power supply maybe. Use vom to see voltages otherwise you need to swap it or motherboard with known good.

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July 8, 2009 at 21:34:06
Remove the memory stick in the second slot and see if things improve. If not, remove the stick from the first slot and install the one that was in the second slot and boot with only that one.

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