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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey all, first time posting here, and it's to beg for help... i've been experiencing the hardest windows install of my life. I've reinstalled eight times using different settings in bios, but not with hardware. Each time it bsod. I had windows running earlier when I first built the new machine, but it got corrupted and refused to boot or repair. I'm at a loss of what to do. 

 

I'm running

z390 aorus ultra

I9-9900kf

Gigabyte 5700xt

32gigs of Corsair vengeance

 

 

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19 minutes ago, DrFlaw said:

Hey all, first time posting here, and it's to beg for help... i've been experiencing the hardest windows install of my life. I've reinstalled eight times using different settings in bios, but not with hardware. Each time it bsod. I had windows running earlier when I first built the new machine, but it got corrupted and refused to boot or repair. I'm at a loss of what to do. 

 

I'm running

z390 aorus ultra

I9-9900kf

Gigabyte 5700xt

32gigs of Corsair vengeance

Try and reset your BIOS to full defaults and try the install again. It seems like your CPU or GPU isn't behaving with bad voltages or something similar. May need to use the motherboard header for this because sometimes just doing it in the UEFI BIOS doesn't do it fully for some reason.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 minutes ago, BlueScope819 said:

Try and reset your BIOS to full defaults and try the install again. It seems like your CPU or GPU isn't behaving with bad voltages or something similar. May need to use the motherboard header for this because sometimes just doing it in the UEFI BIOS doesn't do it fully for some reason.

I wish I didn't have to reinstall Windows each time so I could spend more time troubleshooting. I wiped the bios to default, and it still shits the bed :/ what else can you throw at me?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I fingered it out! It was a Bluetooth network card I installed. I'm guessing there was a driver conflict between that and the baked in one. 

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2 minutes ago, DrFlaw said:

I fingered it out! It was a Bluetooth network card I installed. I'm guessing there was a driver conflict between that and the baked in one. 

There you go, nice job.


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