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Random PC Crashing

Soulio

The past couple months, I've been dealing with my PC randomly shutting off. No BSOD, just a straight shut down.

The components still stay on but the PC itself shuts down, and I have to physically unplug or turn off the power supply to restart the PC.

I've reinstalled windows completely fresh, completely rebuilt the PC to make sure no components or cables are loose, even RMA'd the PSU to make sure that wasn't an issue. I know the PSU isn't a problem either because it's a 1000 watt PSU and there's no realistic way I'm drawing more than that in power.

In event viewer all I get is NIC compliance being the reason for the shut down, and something to do with windows hello drivers software.

After digging into THAT, Internet said that was a generic driver error. Went deeper, updated all my drivers, still happening. Did some more shenanigans with windows driver verifier, found it had something to do with an Asus driver, so I uninstalled that, still happening.

At this point I'm at a loss and end of my rope with experience and knowledge. I've tried everything I can think of from tests that come back positive to resolving any other issue that it could be, and it still happening, and I just dunno what to do next.

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1 hour ago, Soulio said:

The past couple months, I've been dealing with my PC randomly shutting off. No BSOD, just a straight shut down.

The components still stay on but the PC itself shuts down, and I have to physically unplug or turn off the power supply to restart the PC.

I've reinstalled windows completely fresh, completely rebuilt the PC to make sure no components or cables are loose, even RMA'd the PSU to make sure that wasn't an issue. I know the PSU isn't a problem either because it's a 1000 watt PSU and there's no realistic way I'm drawing more than that in power.

In event viewer all I get is NIC compliance being the reason for the shut down, and something to do with windows hello drivers software.

After digging into THAT, Internet said that was a generic driver error. Went deeper, updated all my drivers, still happening. Did some more shenanigans with windows driver verifier, found it had something to do with an Asus driver, so I uninstalled that, still happening.

At this point I'm at a loss and end of my rope with experience and knowledge. I've tried everything I can think of from tests that come back positive to resolving any other issue that it could be, and it still happening, and I just dunno what to do next.

specs?

gaming system: R7 3700X @ 4.25Ghz cpu / B450 STEEL LEGEND mobo / 4x8gb corsair Vengeance @3333Mhz ram / RX 7900XTX pulse gpu / Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 3 cpu cooler /Coolermaster Qube 500 case / Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 12 1500w power supply

 

laptop: Dell xps 9510, 3.5k OLED, i7 11800h, rtx 3050 ti, 2x16gb DDR4 @ 3200Mhz, 1TB main drive, 2TB add in ssd

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