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Keep getting this error in event viewer PC keeps locking up/freezing. I have to force restart. Any ideas rest of error codes and specs below.

Fresh install of WIN10 (kept having this problem reinstalled win10 didnt solve it)

Dell Z87 mobo (fully updated bios)

PNY 120 GB CS1100 (already tried to update frimware has OS on it)

Seagate 2tb SSHD

Seagate Barracuda 1tb 

I7 4770

10gb of ram

GTX 970

 

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Have you tried checking the SMART status of the drive using something like crystal disk info?

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Have you tried checking the SMART status of the drive using something like crystal disk info?

Yes forgot to mention that Crystal Disk info says all the drives are 100% good.

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Yes forgot to mention that Crystal Disk info says all the drives are 100% good.

 

Well, generally the freezing behaviour you are describing would make me think of a bad motherboard or possibly bad RAM, but the Windows errors made me think maybe it's just drive issues.  My next test would be to run memtest for a while to rule out memory as an issue.

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Well, generally the freezing behaviour you are describing would make me think of a bad motherboard or possibly bad RAM, but the Windows errors made me think maybe it's just drive issues.  My next test would be to run memtest for a while to rule out memory as an issue.

Well i had 10gb of ram 2x4gb the computer came with and 2x1gb sticks i took out of a old pc for some extra photoshop ram. I took the 2x1gb sticks out and now i get this error

The IO operation at logical block address 0x3e829c8 for Disk 0 (PDO name: \Device\0000002d) failed due to a hardware error.

error code 154

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Well i had 10gb of ram 2x4gb the computer came with and 2x1gb sticks i took out of a old pc for some extra photoshop ram. I took the 2x1gb sticks out and now i get this error

The IO operation at logical block address 0x3e829c8 for Disk 0 (PDO name: \Device\0000002d) failed due to a hardware error.

error code 154

Have you been able to test the RAM that is in the machine currently?  I'm just thinking it has to be that or the motherboard, and RAM is a little easier to test...

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Have you been able to test the RAM that is in the machine currently?  I'm just thinking it has to be that or the motherboard, and RAM is a little easier to test...

Rams good

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Rams good

well, unfortunately that seems to me like it could be a motherboard issue.  Unfortunately I have no way of testing this directly, but we can make ourselves more or less sure by testing other things.  How often does this issue occur?  If it is fairly often, then I might have a test you could do.  I know you said you tried reinstalling windows at least once and that didn't help, so that suggests that it is in fact a hardware issue, but if you could boot up a Ubuntu Live USB and just run that for a while (long enough that the issue would probably happen) we will know with even more certainty; if it still happens, this is a hardware issue, no question.  If it does not happen, there is a chance it is a Windows-related issue.  If this issue doesn't occur often enough for that to be practical, I'm not sure what else we can do at this point... If I were in your situation (and had completed what I just said to bad news) I would be ready to take it into a shop and have them test the hardware with special tools.

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