BSOD - Driver Power State Failure  

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       #11

    System Specs Updated

    Not sure what you mean about the hard drives, they are connected to the motherboard as well as each other?

    Previously on Windows 7 i had windows installed on the SSD but through SymLinks i had most of the files actually on the larger hard drive, other than the windows folder itself, such as Program Files, Users, and Program Files(x86)

    New log uploaded.
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       #12

    With hard drive setup I mean RAID, AHCI or IDE.
    How your hard drives are connected to each other.

    Please disable driver verifier
    • Open an admin command prompt
    • Enter "verifier/reset" (without quotes)
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       #13

    Everything in my BIOS points to IDE

    And my bad, the hard drives aren't connected; it was simply the PSU cable. (d'oh)

    Verifier reset.
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  4. Posts : 14,891
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       #14

    Please test your system and let me know how it goes :)
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       #15

    Sorry bud, BSOD. =[

    Was just playing a game and it crashed hard. The display even got all pixelated during the BSOD screen.

    The struggle is real.
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       #16

    Please run chkdsk again, but in safe mode
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       #17

    Evening axe0,

    I ran it in safe mode, couple weird things happened.

    When I used the Error Check from the Tool tab in the drive properties, it instantly said there was errors, but it didn't even scan. And when I clicked show details there was no record of the scan in the event logs..

    But when I use the chkdsk command in CMD it scans normally, but comes up with no errors on any of my drives..

    Any ideas?
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  8. Posts : 14,891
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       #18

    The chkdsk feature, this part is the UI, is a part of the system.
    You won't see it in the Application event logs, check the logs for the system.
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       #19

    Ended up wiping my hard drives and reverting to Windows 7 for now :/...Working fine now but thank you for all your efforts man...had a new BSOD while i was doing some more scans and just gave up.
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