Several BSOD after installing W10 into an Intel SSD M.2 NVME

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  1. Posts : 32
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    pifko said:
    So it stayed on all night fine with the LAN driver disabled, so I decided to boot into Safe Mode with the LAN driver enabled and it has weirdly been fine so far. I couldn't say if it will stay the same, so I'll have to run Driver Verifier if I get another BSOD.

    This is what I did before everything seemingly became a bit more stable:

    I went here:

    • I Installed Chipset > AMD Socket AM4 > B450 > Windows 10 > AMD Chipset Drivers
    • Went back and grabbed the latest WHQL recommended graphics card drivers (not the optional ones)

    I have done this before, but it still gave me a BSOD a couple of times a week. I guess I'll have to wait it out.


    Can you go into your BIOS (keep hitting the Delete/F2 when you see the AsRock logo), go to Overclocking > AMD Overclocking and disable Precision Boost Overdrive? I have just done this as I have been reading it's a possible problem because it also can boost your RAM speeds even further than you set them.
    Hi @pifko !

    Ok, I will do both tests so I can see if anything goes better after that....

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    Being that I had a similar problem, the same board, NVME drive and CPU as RoLuke, I just want to update this and say that it was most likely the CPU. I downgraded to bios version 3.60 on my AsRock B450 Pro4 at first, and it seemed a lot more stable from just doing that. Although, I didn't do any further testing as I received a replacement Ryzen 3600 the next day from Amazon. My new CPU seems to be from late 2019 and has "Malaysia" written on it instead of "China". The stock CPU fan also has larger blades and is quieter because it doesn't spin as fast.
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  3. Posts : 32
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    Hey man. I could try that. My pc is there stoped, unused....
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