Multiple BSOD before and while attempting to Install Windows 10

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  1. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 2004
       #11

    I think you proved SSD was okay as issues moved to HDD.

    So is Windows boot media 1809 or older 1803?

    Good news that Ubuntu runs.
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows x64 1803
       #12

    I also have this problem!
    AMD RYZEN 2200G BOX
    8GBx1 DDR4 AMD 7 PERFORMANCE SERIES 2400
    ASROCK A320M HDV LASTEST BIOS
    SSD WD GREEN 240GB

    After five or 4 tries i have managed to successful installed 1803. But now i have a lot of bsods
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  3. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Education
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       #13

    Caledon Ken said:
    I think you proved SSD was okay as issues moved to HDD.

    So is Windows boot media 1809 or older 1803?

    Good news that Ubuntu runs.
    I set up the installation media a few days ago, so would it be the newest version? How would I check which it is?
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 24,196
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 2004
       #14

    If you just got then it is 1809. This tutorial shows you have to query.

    See Full Details about a Windows 10 ISO file

    You can go here and get 1803.

    https://www.heidoc.net/joomla/techno...-download-tool

    You said there were likely BIOS updates. There is a certain element of risk associated with updating the BIOS and you and only you can decide if you wish to undertake. I have not had one go bad. Trick is, read instructions, be patient and don't do it when there are storms in the area that may cause power issues.

    I suggest 1803 (April 2018) as there are still some blocks on 1809.
    @Fishaffair... Please start a new thread and post the info requested in the stickies. This will allow members to investigate cause of BSOD's.
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  5. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Education
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       #15

    Thanks for the responses Ken,

    I tried to install Windows 10 1809 again, this time with a brand new USB. I made it through the initial setup, but after restarting I got a RESOURCE_NOT_OWNED BSOD, and that process looped 3 times (same error) before I stopped it.

    I have since installed Ubuntu on my other SSD, in an effort to be able to use it to do whatever testing I can ( atleast I can get to an OS).

    I will try and use 1803 next.
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  6. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #16

    Hi DevoidOfHope,

    Could you verify your system specs please, because they don't seem to be right. Specifically your CPU since the i5-6700k doesn't exist, but maybe there are more things incorrect?
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  7. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Education
    Thread Starter
       #17

    Thanks for pointing that out, it should be i5-6600k!
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  8. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #18

    Could you remove as much as possible hardware, i.e. the GPU, network card, SSD/HDD, until you have the absolute minimum required to boot and install Windows.
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  9. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Education
    Thread Starter
       #19

    The GPU has been removed, as well as all but one drive. I am currently running Memtest86 7.5 as I'm told it is better for DDR4 RAM, but before I was only using one stick of RAM. Otherwise the only nonessential hardware is my keyboard and mouse.
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  10. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Education
    Thread Starter
       #20

    @Caledon Ken

    I tried the 1803 version of Windows 10, this time on the new USB to no avail.

    I've been trying to see if I can get a minidump file for the BSOD RESOURCE_NOT_OWNED, but it doesn't look like they are being generated. I'm going to keep trying to see if I can get one to generate.

    Edit: I actually just noticed something interesting as I putt around the Command Prompt. In the past few weeks, the X and H keys on my mechanical USB keyboard have seemingly not been working well. It takes multiple presses to work. However, right now in the Command Prompt, they are working fine.

    I had assumed it was my keyboard failing, but maybe this is a clue?

    2nd Edit: Removing the keyboard didn't change the outcome. Same RESOURCE_NOT_OWNED BSOD.
    Last edited by DevoidOfHope; 03 Dec 2018 at 17:03.
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