Question Drive causing bsod

Feb 22, 2021
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Well here we are again. I had a problem a while back. My bios couldn't handle my one hdd other post it was fixed by updating my bios. But after I reset my PC I started watching bsod again. I don't know much about computers. But it may be that my bios has been rolled back to the old bios again but I'm not sure. And I also don't know if I can update my bios to the same version since no more have come.

ADDITIONAL INFO:

pc specs:
i9900kf
32 gb ram - 3000 mhz
Intel SSD 660 p Series - I think this is caussing the bsod
1 tb hdd
rtx 2080 super strix
msi motherboard z390
Riotoro Enigma 850W G2 Power Supply

link to bios

bsod dumps:
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/oldozfc3bd39d/dumps
 
Aug 2, 2021
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Bios don't rollback on their own, generally speaking. I guess if the update was corrupted and the motherboard had backup bios, it might reference that, not sure.

I'd try running memtest86 -- usually BSODs are caused by faulty memory.
 
Feb 22, 2021
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Bios don't rollback on their own, generally speaking. I guess if the update was corrupted and the motherboard had backup bios, it might reference that, not sure.

I'd try running memtest86 -- usually BSODs are caused by faulty memory.
So you think the windows or the bios update was corrupted? Cause it cant be the bios they worked fine before until i reset my windows. Btw i dont know if this is important info but when i try to update windows it says it couldn't.
 

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