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Hello,
The full reasoning is a bit complicated but I tried to include as many key point as possible.
I have an Asus GL502VSK with an Intel i7 7700HQ, 8GB of stock Samsung RAM clocked at 2400mHz, a GTX 1070 Mobile, 128GB of M.2 SATA SSD and a 1TB of 7200RPM HDD.
I have been using Windows 11 for a while, one day I switched from beta builds to dev builds. Once the updates have finished, I was greeted with the logon page, logged in successfully and after 30 seconds a BSOD appears. My machine rebooted and I was greeted with another BSOD.

I decided to roll back to previous update (beta builds) of Windows 11. The issue still kept going. I decided to install a fresh copy of Windows 10. I created a bootable USB with the official Microsoft Media Creation tool and plugged the USB into my computer. Installation page appeared and went through the steps of choosing a drive and agreeing to licenses. The main issue starts here. The installation window. It copies Windows files fine, it gets a green tick every time. But, when it goes through the "getting files ready for installation" phase, it always and always BSODs on 42%. It never got passed that stage and the error code for it is SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION. I have tried other ISO's built many more with Rufus and they all have failed on same percentage with different errors such as MEMORY_MANAGEMENT and one with SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED.
I attempted a memory test with memtest86+ but it just wouldn't boot up to it's window. Tried SFC scanning and DISM but none have worked.
Could it be that a component has failed?
If someone has ever had this experience please help me I would greatly appreciate it.
 

Lutfij

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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

See if CSM is enabled and Disable Secure Boot in BIOS. Speaking of BIOS, what BIOS version are you on at the time of writing? I doubt a component has failed, more so that there's a setting in BIOS that needs disabling or enabling.
 
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

See if CSM is enabled and Disable Secure Boot in BIOS. Speaking of BIOS, what BIOS version are you on at the time of writing? I doubt a component has failed, more so that there's a setting in BIOS that needs disabling or enabling.
Hi Lutfij
Thank you very much for reading my thread and for the welcoming.
I checked the BIOS, it's the latest version so on 309.
CSM Support is enabled, secure boot is disabled and so is the Fast Boot. However same errors occur. I tried with CSM disabled but it doesn't fix anything.
 
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Another update:
Tried memtest86+, on test 0 it just passed 7% of the test. The timer froze after that and there were errors appearing all over the place. I noticed the addresses on expected and actual are the same but the first two hex characters are different each line than the expected.
Example:
Expected: 0000000FF
Actual: 5A00000FF
 

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