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05-07-2017 02:30 PM
Today i've been using my gaming pc and i have experienced some bsod crashes, but after restarting it worked.
I've been "modding" a game so i needed an usb, but i didn't have one so i created a fat32 virtual partition.
In this partition i believe theres a program that may be crashing my os.
Now i cannot boot my pc, it restarts every bsod.
for any other information, just ask.
05-09-2017 06:50 AM
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Thank you for posting your query, I'll be more than glad to help you out.
I understand that you are facing issue with your computer wherein the operating system keeps crashing and also you get a blue screen error.
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You have a good day ahead.
05-09-2017 08:36 AM
> Now i cannot boot my PC, it restarts every BSOD.
Turn off your computer.
Turn on your computer, and look for a message like "press <blah> to enter HP Diagnostics".
Press the <blah> key, and run the hardware diagnostics, and tell us what it reports.
If you have a smart-phone that can capture video, start recording, and reboot your computer, to create a movie of what you are seeing, and post the movie here.
05-10-2017 07:07 AM
it's a new build custom pc.
Anyway if that's not a problem i'll list all of the components that i have:
cpu: intel i7-7700k stock settings
cpu cooler: corsair h110i
gpu: asus gtx1080 rog strix a8g
mobo: asus z270e rog strix series
ssd samsung 750 evo 256gb
hdd seagate barracuda 3tb
05-10-2017 07:09 AM
Because i have created a fat32 partition to store thing in and make it fast to manage files that are deep in my computer without putting them on my desktop.
05-10-2017 04:16 PM
> Now i cannot boot my pc, it restarts every BSOD.
What are the first few lines of text on the BSOD screen?
You might need a smart-phone that can record video, to catch whatever "flashes" and then disappears, so that you can review the recording.
When Windows is first booting, repeatedly tap the F8 key, to see if you can get to a startup menu that disables the automatic reboot after a BSOD.
If you boot from your Windows Installation Media, select the language and keyboard, and then choose "repair my PC" (do not select "Install Now"). Does this "repair" work?
05-16-2017 08:08 AM