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INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE?

CarterDavison
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What type of drive are you running? SSD, HDD, PCIe SSD, RAM disk?

SSD but I booted to Ubuntu, installed "Xfburn" and burnt the bootcd to a new disk then restored to a backup made by Acronis.

I keep getting this error upon boot after my GPU driver crashed and I had to restart.

I've tried switching around ram, resetting cmos, chkdsk, start up repair, safe mode and I think some other methods.

I have no clue what to do at this point as I have backups from Acronis True Image 2016 but no I've lost my boot disc :)

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I keep getting this error upon boot after my GPU driver crashed and I had to restart.

I've tried switching around ram, resetting cmos, chkdsk, start up repair, safe mode and I think some other methods.

I have no clue what to do at this point as I have backups from Acronis True Image 2016 but no I've lost my boot disc :)

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What type of drive are you running? SSD, HDD, PCIe SSD, RAM disk?

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What type of drive are you running? SSD, HDD, PCIe SSD, RAM disk?

SSD but I booted to Ubuntu, installed "Xfburn" and burnt the bootcd to a new disk then restored to a backup made by Acronis.

Best Bench Runs & 24/7 Rig

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Best Bench Runs

i5 4670k (XTU) - 4.7GHz Core / 4.5GHz Cache | GTX 980 (FireStrike Extreme) 1620MHz Core / 4000MHz Memory (GPUPI) 1721MHz | G.Skill Ripjaws X 2x4GB - 2200MHz CL10-11-11-24 1T

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24/7 Rig & Clocks

i5 4670k 4.5GHz (Swiftech H320) | MSI Z87 MPower Max | ASUS GTX 980 1580MHz 4000MHz (NZXT Kraken X41) | 3x4GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | Corsair Air 540 | EVGA Supernova G2 850w | 120GB Kingston SSD | 1TB Seagate Barracuda

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