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  1. it only shows 2 two for recent. i've had more than a dozen bsod already since june. I've noticed that it seems to tend to happen when im gaming, which also has a high cpu usage.
  2. ok, i have 2 different bsods apparently
  3. i have 2 usb device (and only 2) plugged in. a wireless mouse and wireless keyboard both from logitech. if i unplug both... well cant really turn off my pc the normal way? I have no cd drives, and no internal usb ports attached to anything, but i've also unchecked the "allow this device to wake computer" in power management tab as well. Edit: Im not sure if it was a fluke or not, but it did shut down properly last night, it didnt restart, and fans turned off. Im hoping that it stays like that and the problem doesnt come back Edit 2: Yea. It was a fluke.
  4. To be specific: First scenario - Fast Start Up Checked in Power Management PC shuts down completely, every is off, then next second it turns on. I tried shutting down 3 times in a row, but it always turned back on right after everything sounds like it stops. Second Scenario - Fast Startup Not checked in Power Management PC does not shut down completely. i see the the blue screen saying "closing all programs", then screen turns off. but the fans keep running. As far as I can tell. there is no response to keyboard or mouse usage. In this case, I have to turn computer on/restart then press shutdown again. this time, it will turn off and stay off. Wake on lan did not seem to have any effect whatsoever Also, Ubuntu, what is that and how will it help?
  5. I turned off all wake on lan options for any and all ethernet devices that i could see in device manager. It did not work. I waited about a minute, but fans didn't even slow down a bit.
  6. Lately, I've started turning my PC off at night, rather than leave it running 24/7. At first the problem I had was that immediately after I shut down my PC, It would just restart itself. At first I thought that maybe I pressed restart by accident. But then it just kept running in a loop. I turn the PC off, via the option the normal way, the shut down option in lower left corner, the PC would go through the process of closing everything and turn off. Then it would proceed to boot up the computer completely, without me pressing a single thing. I read on a forum saying that "fast startup" was the culprit. The problem seemed to change at that point. After fast startup was turned off in power settings, my PC would go through the process of shutting down, the screen would turn black / disconnect / etc. but the PC fans are still on. I would have to restart the PC, then turn it off again, and this time, it would stay off. This works so far, but probably not the way its supposed to. If anyone has a solution, it would be appreciated.
  7. If I get another one, I'll remember to take a picture. I keep using my google power, and someone mentioned trying sfc /scannow . That seemed to work for the most part, as the rate of bsod happening dropped by a lot.
  8. I was able to see what the BSOD was about, It says Critical Process Died
  9. Simply put, at this time, it basically either isnt feasible or or it would be so bottlenected it would be better to just go with standard 2.5 or 3.5 inch drives? I thought that m.2 sata was basically the same as 2.5 inch sata drives, aside from the change in form factor. Since there are pcie cards that allow me to attach something like 32 sas/sata drives i thought there might be something similar
  10. Just a random thought I had while working (I get a lot of free time at work). I know there are pcie expansion cards for sas/sata, hence allowing someone to connect a dozen or more droves to a pc or server. But what about a pcie card or equivalent item that can add more m.2 or nvme cards to a pc? Im not just saying add a extra pcie expansion card that gives and extra 4 or 8 slots like the the asus hyper card or the honey badger that ltt had a video on recently. Im thinking some more more like 30 or more m.2 or nvme deives to a pc. If such a card exists, what kind of hardware would you need? Since i think an nvme card takes 4 pcie lanes? And from what i understand, a cpu only has so many lanes available. Im honestly just curious, but a build with 30 m.2 drives could be interesting. Would be cool, if someone more knowledgable than me have an actual answer on whether something like this could even be made.
  11. I was actually thinking something more along the line of having 2 fanless psu (atx or sfx, i saw a video on the o11 mini) to reduce sound. But keep the wattage. Since fanless psu max out at 700 but thats only for atx. Sfx fanless goes to, i think, about 400-450. Which might not be enough... maybe
  12. So if say, i have 3900x on a x570 board (like asus crosshair or some equivelant) with single gpu, plus random pcie cards, its pointless for a dual psu?
  13. Im thinking of building a pc maybe this year or next year, and was intereated in the Lian Li pc-o11D and its variants. I noticed that they stated a possibility of a dual psu system. And was interested in how that would work out. And well, what a dual psu sytem would actually mean. I.e say I have 2 psu, one 400watt and the other 600watt. Does that mean i can have a load of 1000 watt?
  14. Just an update. so far the BSOD has not happened again so far.
  15. also, not sure if this will help. event viewer gave me this error at roughly the time of restart svchost (1032,R,98) TILEREPOSITORYS-1-5-18: Error -1023 (0xfffffc01) occurred while opening logfile C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\TileDataLayer\Database\EDB.log.