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my pc keeps randomly bsod-ing all the time and i don't know why

idk what really is going on but i've attached the logs that i think are relevent on her so ye. also for whatever reason my network adapter never works at first until like 20s later where it suddendly gets an IP

 

i've added icue fans and this m.2 ssd https://www.digitec.ch/en/s1/product/intel-665p-series-1000gb-m2-2280-ssd-13452487?supplier=3204073

Processor:                   Intel Core i7-6700K (4.00GHz / 8MB)

Processorcooling:        EKL Alpenföhn, Brocken Eco

RAM:          Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) 3000MHz - schwarz

HDD:           Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 - 1TB - 64MB - S-ATA 6Gbps

SSD: Samsung SM951 M.2 Typ 2280-D3-M (NGFF) - 128GB

Mainboard:                  Gigabyte GA-B150-HD3P

graphics:            Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition 8GB

dvd-drive:                    LG DVD-Brenner GH24NSD1

Soundcart:                 7.1 HD Onboard Soundkarte

Powersupply:                     Cooler Master GM Serie - 650W - 80+ Bronze - leise

case:                     Sharkoon T9 Value green - USB3.0

Sprache:                    Deutsch

Betriebssystem:           Windows 10 Pro 64bit Deutsch

 

any ideas?

 

help greatly appreciated!

 

attachements: 

eventlogs and pc specs as pdf

help.evtx PC.pdf

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Try disabling fast boot. Have you ran a system file check by running "sfc /scannow"?

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3 minutes ago, ImAlsoRan said:

Try disabling fast boot. Have you ran a system file check by running "sfc /scannow"?

oh i forgot to mention i already reinstalled the entire windows, last time i checked fastboot is disabled. is there a setting in windows layer for this too?

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1 minute ago, EIFACH_CJ said:

oh i forgot to mention i already reinstalled the entire windows, last time i checked fastboot is disabled. is there a setting in windows layer for this too?

https://www.windowscentral.com/how-disable-windows-10-fast-startup

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On 7/22/2021 at 10:47 PM, EIFACH_CJ said:

did it, i'll check it on next reboot. ty 🙂

On 7/22/2021 at 10:43 PM, ImAlsoRan said:

alright, disabled it. but it still happens. also, bios doesn't seem to find the bootdrive. i have to shut it down and wait a couple of minutes then try again and then eventually it shows up.

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9 hours ago, EIFACH_CJ said:

alright, disabled it. but it still happens. also, bios doesn't seem to find the bootdrive. i have to shut it down and wait a couple of minutes then try again and then eventually it shows up.

Try reseating the boot drive- it might be making a bad connection or something like that, my brother's PC failed to see the bootdrive after power loss and a reseat did the trick.

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