After hooking up a KVM switch, my Windows machine started to blue screen. I unhooked the KVM, and the blue screens continued.
I was able to do a system restore, and all seeemed okay. After doing another restart, I blue screen the second "Starting Windows" appears.
It basically gives the 0x7b STOP error. However, I have seen other BSOD's including Page_Fault errors.
Startup repair finds nothing wrong.
I'm unable to perform another System Restore as I get a "can't read memory" error.
I have 4 DIMM'S, 2 GB each. I've swapped them all out, and continue to blue screen.
I'm assuming all four RAM chips wouldn't go bad at once?
I've run HDD utilities and there are no issues found with the hard drives.
Running Windows Memory diagnostics found hardware errors in the memory for two of the sticks.
If I attempt to load safe mode, it blue screens when trying to load CI.dll
Is my motherboard just gone bad? Is there a utility to check it? Or am I missing something else that could be wrong?