BSOD CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT on New PC Build

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    Thanks! I'm putting it on a USB stick and going through the process shortly.
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       #12

    BIOS updated to F7 successfully. I'll try and put the machine through its paces, but if you see anything in the memory.dmp I posted, please let me know!
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    Unfortunately it looks like the memory.dmp is corrupted, I'm getting a lot of context errors and missing information.
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    Just had another crash, same error while going to type this. I'll reupload the memory dump.
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    memory.dmp file last modified 5 days ago, is that of any interest or concern?
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    Here's the memory.dmp file. I did not ZIP it this time in case that caused any of the errors.

    MEMORY.DMP - Google Drive
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    Still getting "GetContextState failed, 0x80004002" and a corrupted module list. It's ok, if it's 5 days old it likely isn't going to be too illuminating.
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       #18

    Should I be deleting the memory.dmp file that exists? Will windows create another one?

    Spectrum said:
    Still getting "GetContextState failed, 0x80004002" and a corrupted module list. It's ok, if it's 5 days old it likely isn't going to be too illuminating.
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    What are your current crash dump settings?

    To view/change these settings, go to Control Panel > System and Security > System.

    Click Advanced system settings. Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings.
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    Here's a screenshot of the settings:

    Attachment 150584

    Spectrum said:
    What are your current crash dump settings?

    To view/change these settings, go to Control Panel > System and Security > System.

    Click Advanced system settings. Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings.
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