BSOD on startup screen, error 0x0000009c Solved

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  1.    06 Mar 2018 #11

    ran for a while. got 10 passes total without error. what's next?
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       06 Mar 2018 #12

    i corrected a few wonky drivers that were acting up (nothing big)
    What drivers did you correct?
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  3.    06 Mar 2018 #13

    windows wasn't picking up a headset. however, since then, i reinstalled windows (after formatting the drive), reinstalled some games, and ran it with driver verifier on, and still got errors (see my post a few days ago). so that comment is not relevant anymore.
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       06 Mar 2018 #14




    BSOD on startup screen, error 0x0000009c Diagnostics Test BSOD on startup screen, error 0x0000009c
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  5.    06 Mar 2018 #15

    it won't even boot now. my wife was the one that took the memtest screen, and she said when she exited memtest it hung on the boot screen when it tried to restart. i tried it out when i came home and it just hangs after the asus logo. i disconnected everything but the vga card (for video), cpu, and 1 memory stick, and it goes to BIOS fine, but as soon as i insert any device to progress beyond that (M2 SSD, USB key, etc), it hangs almost immediately (shows the spinning circle but barely completes one circle). no beepcodes, no nothing.

    i'm thinking there's something wrong with the mobo or cpu. it does this regardless of either memory stick being in any of the four slots. thoughts?
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       07 Mar 2018 #16

    I suspect the motherboard or CPU as well after the RAM test, but needed to make sure the connected drives aren't involved.

    The only proper way to test either of them is via replacement, if possible use the CPU on a different system to test it.
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  7.    12 Mar 2018 #17

    motherboard swap didn't make a difference. i'm going to buy a new cpu and a small stick of DDR4, pair it with a known good psu, and see what happens when comparing boot cycles of each cpu/ram/gpu combo.

    i need a test bench case.
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  8.    16 Mar 2018 #18

    cpu appears to have been the issue. i swapped it and it worked perfectly immediately on all the old hardware. so i think we're good here. thanks for the help!
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       16 Mar 2018 #19

    Great to hear!
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