WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR BSOD, any help appreciated

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  1. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 - 64 - 1803
       30 Apr 2018 #11

    Autological said: View Post
    Firstly, how do I update the BIOS and firmware needed? Secondly, I no longer posses the old GPU. Is there any other way to confirm that it's the PSU causing the trouble?
    Depends on the hardware you bought, I have the Asus Z97-A mobo and Asus Strix GTX 980 GPU and both have new BIOS/firmware on the product/support page from Asus. The second part is tricky, do you know of anyone who has working parts you can borrow? If not, you need tools that can measure the output in both the PSU and GPU, that takes time and cost more than most people are ready to spend for just one pc/problem. You could just bring it to a shop that builds/sells computers and parts, cost can be negotiated.
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    Windows 10 / 64-bit
    Thread Starter
       05 May 2018 #12

    Jens19790304 said: View Post
    Depends on the hardware you bought, I have the Asus Z97-A mobo and Asus Strix GTX 980 GPU and both have new BIOS/firmware on the product/support page from Asus. The second part is tricky, do you know of anyone who has working parts you can borrow? If not, you need tools that can measure the output in both the PSU and GPU, that takes time and cost more than most people are ready to spend for just one pc/problem. You could just bring it to a shop that builds/sells computers and parts, cost can be negotiated.
    Isn't there something else I can do before going to the shop? I would rather the option where money is spend to be the last out.
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  3. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 - 64 - 1803
       05 May 2018 #13

    Autological said: View Post
    Isn't there something else I can do before going to the shop? I would rather the option where money is spend to be the last out.
    Yes, the obvious would be to do what has already been mentioned above. Bios, firmware and do you have, or know someone who has, spare parts? Process by elimination, when switching hardware, GPU and/or PSU, does the problem disappear? I can't think of any other way right now.
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