BSOD With No DMP Files Available? (Event Viewer Lists Kernal-Power)

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       #21

    Back to your original issue, given that you're saying the stop code is 0x154 UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION, it makes sense that your system is not able to write the dumps to disk or correctly write event logs to disk.

    You are using Intel's Rapid Storage technology for your NVMe driver and it looks like you are running a version from August of 2017 (15.7.5.1025) whereas the latest release is from September of this year (16.7.0.1009).

    So I would suggest trying one of the following options:
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       #22

    Oh I thought I had the newest one as dell lists that as a download on their support app. I'll try and find a direct download then and install that perhaps.
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