The only things id say the problem can be is:
A: Simply windows problem, Use the start-repair and it should work.
B: Bad storage drive, It simply got too old.
C: Faulty PSU, It gives enough wattage to start the bios and such, But when the load becomes anything more than the BIOS and post it doesnt supply enough so it simply shuts down.
Found the problem, somehow windows tried to communicate with my other hdd what I have only for stuff I need, it has no windows files. Unplugged the HDD so there was only my ssd with windows. And everything booted up normally.