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WHEA uncorrectable error

I don't really know how is that possible, but the CPU core voltage was too low out of the box. I know they OC-ed the CPU, but I don't know how they used the CPU in this mobo that way. So now I know that the CPU undervoltage can cause this BSOD, all I did was I set the core voltage to 1.25V and it runs smoothly. Anyway, I am so happy my CPU is not dead. Thank you for your response, Mister Woof!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi,

 

I just ran into an issue I can't figure out. I bought a i9 9900K and a AsRock Z370 both used, but from a very good seller. I put my "old" M.2 drive in it, with the prev. Windows, it booted up and ran just fine, but since I have changed the Mobo, I need a clean Windows 10 install, and thats where the error comes in. Every single time at 65% of the installation the BSOD pops in, and I feel like I already tried everything. After a while, when I don't even do anything to the PC after like 3 minutes it crashes on the first installation screen.

Any idea on the BIOS settings or maybe something else I might be missing? 

Thank you in advance! 

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did it enable some form of MCE in BIOS? or is there an overclock present?


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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

I don't really know how is that possible, but the CPU core voltage was too low out of the box. I know they OC-ed the CPU, but I don't know how they used the CPU in this mobo that way. So now I know that the CPU undervoltage can cause this BSOD, all I did was I set the core voltage to 1.25V and it runs smoothly. Anyway, I am so happy my CPU is not dead. Thank you for your response, Mister Woof!

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