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Question Issue with my PC where I get BSOD all the time. Can't even install OS to fix it. Please help me.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello everyone!

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I spent quite few hours searching for issue but I am unable to find it. 

This is a long post please do take your time to read it and I thank you for reading it in advance.


I did install latest Nvidia driver around 7-10 hrs before playing the game.
I was playing The Division 2 today and all of a sudden the OS crashed with BSOD. So naturally I restarted 
it and again after I login, BSOD!! 

This kept on happening so windows troubleshoot popped up.
 
I hit 

1. Repair- no use

2. restart in Safe Mode  to delete the driver - no use

3. system restore - it showed me a point before I updated Drivers so I clicked that and same while it was restoring it **bam**! *BSOD*


Then I put ISO in Pen-drive/Thumb drive/Flash drive and launched Windows 10 setup. 

In the options I hit 

1. repair - nope nothing BSOD at the end[as a cherry on top].

2.  setup windows - does install but at the end it asks for restart as soon as I do it well you guessed it - BSOD!

So I did few things based on what others mentioned

1. Installed OS again after formatting the drive in which I had my OS as I mentioned above.

2. Replaced SSD with my friends brand new SSD nope same issue it installs the OS and then BSOD.


BSOD Errors which I got in no particular order:

1. cache manager

2. irql_not_less_or_equal

3. DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION

4. KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE

5. System_Service_Exception
 

My Config:

Nvidia 2070 Super

Intel I7 9700K

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 X 8GB) DDR4 3000 (PC4-24000)

CORSAIR RMX Series, RM750x, 750 W 80+ Gold

Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X

Hyper 212 Black Edition

Corsair Force GS 240 GB SSD[This has OS]

2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM


Also I bought my PC 6-7 months ago all of them from Amazon US. 


Before I had an issue where my PC used to froze when I restart my PC so changing my SSD did work.

So I never again bothered with this issue but as a precaution I never used to shut down my PC instead I did Hibernate my PC.

Thank you


 

EDIT:

Thank you all guys/gals. I think I found the issue. I tried 2 things:

  1. Removed CMOS battery and then placed it back. I also cleared CMOS[I think it was through CLR_CMOS].

  2. I removed one RAM stick and checked same thing and did same with other stick but no change. So I borrowed 2 sticks from my friend and placed it in 1 & 3 slots same issue. But then I placed the RAM sticks in 2 & 4 slots and it worked.

I am currently talking to Corsair for possible replacement. They suggested me to send them pics and all details related to purchase.

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Try clearing CMOS. Remove HDD (seagate) And run the installation again. Try running memory at 2133 (auto)


CPU: Intel i7 9700K@5.3GHz SC/DC, 5.1GHz QC, 5.0Ghz All core, AVX offset 0| Motherboard: Asus Maximus XI Hero | RAM: Patriot Viper Steel 2x8gb@3600Mhz 14-14-14-29, 1N, 1.45V| 

PSU: EVGA SuperNova 750 G3 | Mon: Samsung C27HG70 27" 144Hz Freesync - G-Sync compatible(ish) | GPU: EVGA 1080ti SC Black Edition w/ G12 bracket | Sound: Odac + Fiio E09K | 

Case: Fractal Design R6 TG Blackout | Storage: Corsair MP510 960gb | Cooling: CPU: Kraken X62 - GPU: Kraken X42 - both with Noctua NF-A14's |

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5 hours ago, 191x7 said:

PassMark memtest.

I was just fixing to suggest a MemTest. That is what it sounds like to me, or it could be something related to drivers that windows is installing upon installation.


Jacob H. 

Northern Alabama

Associates Degree - Information Systems

 

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