I've been getting Blue Screen Error messages followed by crash/restart.
I'm running on Windows 7
I found that if I log on in Safe Mode and delete the graphics card driver from Device Manager/Display Adapters and restart the computer I can access windows in Normal Mode without them giving me BSOD. However the display is not correct and Windows detect that the graphics card is missing and automatically searches, downloads and installs the missing driver. Once I reboot after Windows have automatically done so, I come into Windows normal mode again (this time the display is normal as the driver has been installed) and the system work without the immediate crash/reboot. However, after a little while the BSOD eventually comes up again, followed by crash/restart.
I have also tried reinstalling the proper graphics card driver myself (and not have windows detect and install it automatically) Once I've installed the driver and restarted my PC I get an instant BSOD error message and crash/restart. Unlike when I let Windows find the driver, where at least the system works for a little while before crashing.
I suspect my Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 x2 graphics card might be corrupted, but I need to be sure before I go spending over £300 on a new one.
I hope this is sufficient information.
Thank you for your time!