Question Internal Power Error Bsod

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my pc has gotten alot of bsods since i "upgraded" it and ive made other threads on it and it seemed like it was fixed specially after i updated to Windows 10 version 2004. i havent gotten a bsod for about 2 weeks or more and i recently got about 3 and all my bsods are caused by driver ntoskrnl.exe and i couldt find anything useful online.

I've also gotten a bunch of irql not less or equal but that hasnt happened yet. any help would be great. if its a hardware problem if someone can tell me what part is the issue because im currently upgrading my psu and maybe my ssd . i dont know what to do whenever i think i fixed it it eventually comes back

The bsods are so random it didt happen for like 2 -3 weeks then started happening like 2 days ago then stopped for a day so idk anymore. thanks in advance

Minidumps https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgjQCb2vj4r9hju8Z_80ADnOR7LD?e=mtjZb2
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgjQCb2vj4r9hjwgD1MJ3Xz1Frh5?e=PLhXVB (i just got this one)

ryzen 7 2700x (upgraded from intel i5 2500k)
gtx 1060 6gb
b350m artic
crucial bx500
the 3 i got today was
INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
im guessing its a driver issue since the 982 bsods i got all say it could be a driver issue but idk which driver it is
 
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Did you reinstall windows after upgrading ?

Which power supply are you using?

run userbenchmark.com and post the http link of your result, e.g. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/28977730
cx500. its old and had a broken fan or something so im getting a new one as people said its bad for gaming pcs.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31428056
no i havent but im planning to but i wanne get a nvme ssd to install windows on but i lost the standoff. so no i didt but planning to. would that be the cause? all of the parts are pretty old (there used to be my step-brothers) other then the ssd
 
with a broken fan in a PSU the voltages could be not safe and could damage hardware connected to it or the PSU just smokes away.

you won´t feel a real performance gain if switching from a SATA SSD to a nvme SSD in gaming.

reinstalling windows would be the best thing to do after getting a new power supply (a good one)

you can try updating the amd.com chipset driver for your B350 board and then update the BIOS to the latest version
amd.com chipset driver
how to:
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRyFMf0D9Lc

BIOS:
https://www.msi.com//Motherboard/support/B350M-MORTAR-ARCTIC
 
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with a broken fan in a PSU the voltages could be not safe and could damage hardware connected to it or the PSU just smokes away.

you won´t feel a real performance gain if switching from a SATA SSD to a nvme SSD in gaming.

reinstalling windows would be the best thing to do after getting a new power supply (a good one)

you can try updating the amd.com chipset driver for your B350 board and then update the BIOS to the latest version
amd.com chipset driver
how to:
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRyFMf0D9Lc

BIOS:
https://www.msi.com//Motherboard/support/B350M-MORTAR-ARCTIC
idk how but i fixed the fan (this was like 2 or 3 weeks ago or more). ik but my ssd gets really slow sometimes but i lost the standoff for my m.2 so idk. inst it really risky to update the bios? if it turns off or somthing? because when i was updating to windows 2004 my pc crashed halfway and it had to redownload the update. i wanne reinstall windows on a new ssd so im able to still use my old files. the main issue is idk if its a hardware or software issue. are you able to check the dump files? is it safe to leave a nvme ssd in a slot without the standoff?
 
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is it safe to leave a nvme ssd in a slot without the standoff?
as long as the SSD is connected well, it´s fine, but if it´s disconnecting while writing to the SSD, there might be data loss and corrupting the file system so the SSD might not be able to read data.
Theoretically PCIe/nvme/M.2 is hot plug ability, so while the system is on you can remove the SSD, as long as the SSD is not busy then. Wouldn´t harm it.
You should get a new stand off from ebay or similar

After you get a new power supply, you can update the BIOS. If it turns off while updating the BIOS, the BIOS might get corrupted and the motherboard wouldn´t be able to post/boot anymore. The BIOS chip would have to be replaced after such a coincidence. (soldering involved)
 
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as long as the SSD is connected well, it´s fine, but if it´s disconnecting while writing to the SSD, there might be data loss and corrupting the file system so the SSD might not be able to read data.
Theoretically PCIe/nvme/M.2 is hot plug ability, so while the system is on you can remove the SSD, as long as the SSD is not busy then. Wouldn´t harm it.
You should get a new stand off from ebay or similar

After you get a new power supply, you can update the BIOS. If it turns off while updating the BIOS, the BIOS might get corrupted and the motherboard wouldn´t be able to post/boot anymore. The BIOS chip would have to be replaced after such a coincidence. (soldering involved)
idk where to buy a new stand off as i cant find any. so if the update fails i would need a new mobo? and does my current bios thing support boot from nvme? click bios 5 also some of the bsods take a few seconds to restart and sometimes i only see the blue screen for 1 second and doesnt create a minidump idk if that has anything that helps
 

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