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Ntwizard

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  1. I must be dumb, I literally can not find how to transfer this error report to a text file and I’ve been looking for 20 mins
  2. Having done that I am unfortunately still getting the same two errors. Still, thank you very much for the suggestions. This has been frustrating to try and work through, and attempting to receive help can be fruitless at times
  3. Thanks so much for the suggestion! Would this be the CPU Vcore LLC or the Vcore SOC LLC? I am not knowledgeable enough to guess
  4. Interestingly, I am unable to convert the errors, as they are supposed to have a “0x” followed by 8 digits, where my error codes are solely “0x0”
  5. I truly appreciate you taking the time to read my issue. I have read these threads and I have the PSU replacement on my list of possible solutions but I would really like to avoid spending money on replacement parts unless necessary, especially as some others with my issue have gotten it resolved without replacing hardware
  6. First off, thank you so much for taking the time to read this. Sounds like a good time I’ll get on that hex calculator thing also as a clarifier, I am not getting the whea 18 error anymore as I reverted the bios to the original version
  7. Hello all, I am getting frequent (every 5-15 minutes) crashes on my system (the screen turns black then the system reboots). After each crash the event logger shows WHEA logger 17, PCI Express endpoint and Power-Kernel 41 error. Any help would be much appreciated specs: Ryzen 3700 Gigabyte X570 gaming RTX 2080S Samsung 1TB SSD EVGA 750W Bronze PSU 16 GB RAM Ive already: Run DISM SFC DIRECTX UPDATE NVIDIA DRIVERS UPDATE WINDOWS UPDATE BIOS UPDATE (When I update BIOS to any version more recent than the one I have, the WHEA 17 stops and but the crashes continue and give me a WHEA 18: Processor Core instead, so I rolled back the BIOS) WINDOWS CLEAN DRIVE REINSTALL Checked Temps: They are good I’d really appreciate any and all help
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