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hi everybody

recently i tried to increase speed of my sata 3 ssd by using primo cache. after increasing speed i uninstalled primo cache. just after uninstalling primo cache my pc stuck in boot loop and i start getting bsod after bsod. i tried everything to troubleshoot ( installing previous save, uninstalling updates, resest pc ) but everything falied. so i installed new windows. but still i'm getting some problems like when i boot pc sometimes my cpu won't detect or my gpu won't detect. for a second i thought my gpu died. anybody knows the reason of it 

thanks

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3 hours ago, dead gamer said:

anybody knows the reason of it 

thanks

 

 

 

looks as you corrupted your drive to me.

Not sure but probably have to reformat it.

 

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42 minutes ago, Mark Kaine said:

 

 

 

looks as you corrupted your drive to me.

Not sure but probably have to reformat it.

 

thanks for reply before installing windows i formated my ssd 

t think the problem is something else 

i have just reset my bios now everything is working good till now lets see

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3 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

 

 

 

looks as you corrupted your drive to me.

Not sure but probably have to reformat it.

 

still getting errors reinstalled windows again but no solution

either my ssd become faluty or my ram become faluty

there might be problem with motherboard as well. because it is rma board which i recieved just few days ago

 

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