So I got a new laptop - MSI Dominator Pro GT72. I added two 8GB sticks of RAM on top of the current 16GB currently in it. It also had two Kingston m.2 SSDs in RAID 0. It was running with out any problems what so ever. I decided after that I actually wanted the ssds as two independent drives. So I removed the RAID setup and did a clean install of Windows 10 back on. That seemed to install all ok.
Then In the process of installing the drivers from the provided MSI disc it hung and then restarted. Then ever time after on login it froze a few seconds in. I thought I'd try a clean install again on the other SSD this time just to see if it reoccurred. Sure did. After installing some of the drivers and using the machine it crashed again and froze on login. I even tried all the updated drivers from the msi website instead of the ones on the disc.
I've run a memtest and absolutely no errors. I've updated the bios and firmware also. I then began running verifier to see if I could find a culprit. I got a BSOD before login repeatedly. I then got down to only selecting a bare few drivers in the test and was able to login with no BSOD. When I ran verifier with combinations of drivers they worked sometimes and only really seemed to crash when i stacked more and more drivers for it to test. I'm not sure if its suppose to work that way or not.
I thought it might have something to do with me separating the m.2 ssds from the RAID. But I have no clue how or why. I should mention that there is a 1TB hdd also in the machine. Any assistance would be very much appreciated at this point.