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Jayson5584

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  1. I guess what I mean is my old drive permanently unbootable? or is there a way to be able to boot through it again?
  2. All the files are there!! How can I go about reinstalling windows? Thank you so much for all your help by the way! (Also I checked the qvl for my ram and apparently the 2600 isn’t compatible with this model of ram at 4 sticks, which I guess is what caused everything to mess up? I don’t know much about that stuff but I ended up ordering a 5600 because I needed the upgrade anyway .)
  3. I finally got my other drive connected and Windows is working again. If it was my old drive that was the problem then what can I do to save it? I had 1.5 terabytes of stuff on it including my photography and music and I’d be devastated to have lost it all. This was genuinely my worst nightmare so if you could help with what to do to recover it please let me know, thank you.
  4. Need to buy a SATA cable. Will update again on whether windows works on separate drive when it arrives.
  5. I have an old ssd I’ll try installing windows on that and update later. Thank you for your help so far I’m just really exhausted with this problem.
  6. Only blue screens trying to boot windows, even in safe mode. I can use bios just fine and the windows troubleshooting screen works fine despite not letting me delete updates or reset windows.
  7. I’m able to turn off CSM but Secure boot is permanently enabled in the bios. Rebooting still gives me the same blue screen and trying to reinstall via usb still doesn’t work.
  8. It doesn’t let me reinstall Windows via usb either, I get this screen
  9. No luck . Reset BIOS with the one stick and booted up a few times now and still getting the same error on boot. Nothing plugged in besides mouse and keyboard
  10. I did a CMOS reset and it didn’t fix the issue. Put the original ram back in the machine and still got the same Blue Screen Error unfortunately
  11. CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 Motherboard: ASUS B450 F RAM: Corsair Vengeance 3200mhz 8x2 GPU: msi 1660ti Storage: Intel 660p Series M.2 2280 2TB Yesterday I got two new sticks of the same exact type of memory so I could upgrade to 32gigs. Immediately after installing I got a blue screen on boot that said (CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED). After that I completely turned off the computer and removed the new sticks, keeping the old sticks in, and I got the same blue screen on boot. I changed the DOCP from 3200 back to auto and no luck. I tried using each stick on its own in every slot with no
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