Windows 10: Windows 10 won't boot - fresh install

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  1.    15 Jan 2018 #101

    I just checked, and the two screenshots you asked for are identical with the two that I posted earlier.
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       15 Jan 2018 #102

    okay, then set up for the crash dump test.
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  3.    15 Jan 2018 #103

    Will do. As I said, it will have to be later, as I'm trying to get some work done - ha ha
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       15 Jan 2018 #104

    okay. When possible please update the progress with the Prime95 and FurMark testing.
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  5.    15 Jan 2018 #105

    Oh sorry, missed those completely!

    However, I'm a bit nervous about running the tests. If I start SpeedFan now (without running anything), it shows the following...

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    This looks like my GPUs and cores are already too hot. I don't like the idea of running a test that's going to fire them up even more.

    Any comments? Thanks
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       15 Jan 2018 #106

    Please update the specs in "My Computer" section:

    System Specs - Fill in at Ten Forums:
    System Specs - Fill in at Ten Forums Site Use Tutorials
    In the left corner below in your post you find 'My System Specs'.
    After clicking it you can find a link a little below that says 'Update your System Spec', click on this link to get to the page where you can fill in your system specs.
    System Info - See Your System Specs - Windows 7 Help Forums

    Include PSU. cooler, case, peripherals and anything attached to the computer by wired or wireless (mouse, keyboard, headset, printer, xbox, etc.)



    Ensure the GPU is free from dust build up and that the fan is working correctly.
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  7.    15 Jan 2018 #107

    Don't mean to be rude, especially after all the time you've spent on me, but each time you've asked this, I've asked you how I find things like PSU, cooler, case, etc. I don't think you explained. As I said, I just bought a PC from Dell, I have no idea what they put inside it.

    I updated the other stuff (peripherals, etc) yesterday.

    Thanks again.
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       15 Jan 2018 #108

    Yeah, you have standard Dell consumer so it may or may not be viewable inside the case.

    See this link: Solved: How to identify PSU model - Dell Community
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  9.    15 Jan 2018 #109

    FWIW, you can use programs like Piriform's Speccy (free and $$$) or Gabe Topala's excellent SIW ($$$ only) to get a grip on most computer devices and internals. Alas, power supply data is often not available through digital monitoring and requires physical inspection. I've had a few "smart PSUs" that would register with the OS at runtime, but only 2 out of the 30-plus I've installed over the years have had this capability.
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    SIW, for example, shows all kinds of voltage data but says nothing about the resident PSU.
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  10.    15 Jan 2018 #110

    zbook said: View Post
    Yeah, you have standard Dell consumer so it may or may not be viewable inside the case.
    See this link: Solved: How to identify PSU model - Dell Community
    The accepted answer talks about using USC. What's that and how do I access it? As I said before, I'm working, so don't have the time to power the machine down and pull it apart to look at the PSU itself.

    Thanks again.
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