Multiple BSOD before and while attempting to Install Windows 10

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  1. Posts : 45
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       #61

    Caledon Ken said:
    Philc43 suggested using good SATA cables. Have you swapped cables to the boot drive? (and port)
    I did try different cables and different ports, same Resource BSOD

    EDIT: I did just try this again, and in one case I got a different BSO IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
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  2. Posts : 45
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       #62

    For @axe0 : Here are two new dumps, from using the Windows 10 Home 1803.

    120618-2687-01.dmp - Google Drive

    MEMORY_1.DMP - Google Drive


    I'm heading over to a friend's to see if I can use his PC to install Windows onto my drive.

    Edit: I am able to boot to Windows 10 desktop, but shortly after I got the same BSOD. After restarting, I grabbed the memory dump this BSOD created, and crashed again to a KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK BSOD.

    Here are the two new dumps:

    120618-2359-01.dmp - Google Drive

    120618-2890-01.dmp - Google Drive
    Last edited by DevoidOfHope; 07 Dec 2018 at 07:57.
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       #63

    Could you keep the dumps in 1 folder and provide link to the folder in the first post, that's easier for you and us.
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       #64

    Had you tried installing on the hard drive and leaving the SSDs disconnected?

    I believe there's a pattern in the 0xE3 dumps related to IO operations, possibly implying a problem with either one of the drives or the motherboard.
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  5. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #65

    Yes he tried that, my suggestion, results are in post #8 of this thread.
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  6. axe0's Avatar
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       #66

    Was it without the SSDs connected?
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  7. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #67

    It was supposed be.... he is using the absolute minimum to boot. OP will have to confirm but I'm very sure answer will be yes.
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  8. Posts : 45
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       #68

    axe0 said:
    Was it without the SSDs connected?
    The SSD's we're both disconnected, yes.

    I'll grab that folder link real quick...

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Wu...qiurhaWcczQmVd
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    Unless there's something wrong with the PSU, or any of the voltages (like 3.3v, 5v and 12v, vcore, memory timings/voltage and stuff) in the BIOS I am also assuming there might be something wrong with the CPU/motherboard.

    Although a Linux distribution works great on your system, Linux distributions work different as opposed to Windows and handles things differently which may be a reason why no issues occur within the Linux OS. Though, I am a bit worried about the screenshots in post 10 regarding the 'pre-fail' attributes, but I may not be reading the report right.
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  10. Posts : 45
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       #70

    axe0 said:
    Unless there's something wrong with the PSU, or any of the voltages (like 3.3v, 5v and 12v, vcore, memory timings/voltage and stuff) in the BIOS I am also assuming there might be something wrong with the CPU/motherboard.

    Although a Linux distribution works great on your system, Linux distributions work different as opposed to Windows and handles things differently which may be a reason why no issues occur within the Linux OS. Though, I am a bit worried about the screenshots in post 10 regarding the 'pre-fail' attributes, but I may not be reading the report right.
    Thanks for the insight. While I haven't checked the voltages with a DMM, the voltages in BIOS seemed fine.

    I'm not able to interpret the results from post 10, I see the "prefail" attributes you mentioned but I dont know the implications.

    I have elected to order a new mobo and it should be here by Monday. I found a compatible upgrade that was only ~$100, so we'll see then.

    Is there anything I can do to help now that I have limited access to Windows?
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