My PC refuses to boot start menu

  Bjop 18:08 22 May 2018
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Hey I own a

Cooler Master Cosmos SE Midi Tower fans: 2x 120mm front, 1x 140mm topp, 1x 120mm bak, mATX, ATX, mITX, window,

Cooler Master G750M, 750W PSU ATX 12V V2.3, 80 Plus Bronze, Modular, 4x 6+2pin PCIe, 8x SATA, 6x Molex, 1x FD,

ASUS P9X79 LE, Socket-2011, PC-REP ATX, X79, 8xDDR3, 3xG3-PCIe-x16, SLI/CFX, SATA 6Gb/s, USB 3.0, UEFI, BULK,

Intel Core i7-4820K Prosessor Socket-LGA2011, 4-Core 3.7GHz, 10MB, 130W, Ivy Bridge-E, Boxed, without cooler,

Intel Air Cooling for Socket-LGA2011, Boxed,

Kingston DDR3 HyperX Beast 32GB 2400MHz 4x8GB KIT CL11 HyperX Beast,

MSI GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK 6GB PhysX PCI-Express 3.0, GDDR5, DL-DVI-I, DL-DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort PCI-Express 3.0, G,

Samsung SSD 840 EVO 1TB BK OEM Basic KIT, 540/520MB/s read/write, Samsung MEX controller,

Toshiba Desktop 3TB SATA 3.0 SATA 6Gb/s, 64MB Cache, S.M.A.R.T., 7200RPM, 3.5",

Samsung DVD Writer, SH-224DB SATA, DVD±R: 24x, DVD±R DL: 12x, CD-R: 48x, Bulk, BLACK,

Pretty solid 4/5 year old pc. Some parts were recently switched out such as the cpu being switched to

Intel Core i9-7900X Prosessor Socket-2066, 10-Core, 20-Thread, 3.3/4.5GHz, 140W, 44 PCIe-lanes, without cooler

And a

ASUS TUF X299 MARK 1, Socket-2066 Motherboard, ATX, X299, DDR4, 3xPCIe-x16, SLI/CFX, 2xM.2, Thermal Armor

And yeah i also bought some new ddr4 ram cards. I only have 16gb ram as opposed to the 32 I used to have.

My issue is that I am being bluescreened when I try to boot the menu. My OS is Windows 7 Pro and it's a 64-bit PC. It refuses blatantly to start and takes me straight to the UEFI settings. I have spent so much money on this and right now I am at a complete loss what to do. I can't do anything with my pc. Please help.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:43 22 May 2018

Hit F8 at startup and boot in safe mode - sounds like you need to install new drivers for the equipment you have changed

Hope windows license accepts the large number of changes you have made otherwise it will not reactivate.

  Bjop 18:47 22 May 2018

I tried doing exactly that but it doesn't help. Should upgrade to Windows 10 I think.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:26 22 May 2018

Does it actually boot to safe mode?

  Bjop 19:27 22 May 2018

It doesn't, no

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  wiganken2 19:48 22 May 2018

So you have an ASUS P9X79 LE Motherboard which supports DDR3 RAM and you state "i also bought some new ddr4 ram cards". As far as I know DDR4 RAM sticks will not fit into DDR3 slots and even if they did they would not be compatible. Could this be your problem? See click here .

  Bjop 19:50 22 May 2018

It's not no. I have replaced the motherboard as well as you can see me mention after the i9

  wiganken2 19:52 22 May 2018

Sorry, I did not see that you had an ASUS TUF X299 MARK 1 Motherboard which does support DDR4 RAM so ignore my first comment.

  Bjop 19:53 22 May 2018

No problem :)

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:08 22 May 2018

List of things to try click here

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