Question PC crashing, Windows constant BSOD loop, wont boot in safe more or complete a system reset. Help

RyanTF

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Like the title says, 3 year old build that was working fine this morning. Turned it on to download a game and left it for a few hours, came back and display port wasnt detecting the PC. Reset the PC and now its in a constant BSOD loop. Cant try normal fixes as It wont run in safe mode. And will not reset, just reboots again.

I have disconected the hard drive and have installed a different hard drive from a different PC with Windows OS. Runs fine. Reinstalled the original Hard drive without using it to boot the OS. Works fine. It just will not boot the OS and starts a BSOD loop.

Specs:
Intel i7-8700k @3.70GHz
ROG Maximus X Hero
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 C15 2x8GB Ram
zotac 1080ti 11gb
Samsung 850 EVO - SSD which will not boot OS
Kingston 120GB SSDNOW300 - New SSD which will run OS
EVGA SuperNOVA 750w G2, 80+ Gold

It doesnt seem to let me do anything from the trubleshooting menu and i really dont know enough to know where to go from here. Any help is solving this issue would be greatly appriciated.
 
Dec 17, 2020
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  1. Remove the second ssd
  2. Boot from a recovery USB
  3. At the Welcome screen, click Repair your computer
  4. Choose Troubleshoot
  5. Choose Command Prompt
  6. When the Command Prompt loads, type the following commands :
    bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /ScanOs bootrec /RebuildBcd
  7. Press Enter after each command and wait for each operation to finish
  8. Remove the usb
  9. Type exit
  10. Hit Enter
  11. Restart your computer and check if Windows 10 can now boot
 
Dec 18, 2020
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Boot PC and enter BIOS. Reset default values and enter Bios again.

Load XMP profile forDRAM setting and set memory clock 2666 MHz. Keep standard settings for i7 and DRAM timings.

Find PCIE settings, change slot settinss for the Zotec to 1 x 16 (PCIe 3.0) and slots for Evo disk to 1x4.

Switch off CSM and see if you can boot from disk.
 

RyanTF

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Nov 11, 2016
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  1. Remove the second ssd
  2. Boot from a recovery USB
  3. At the Welcome screen, click Repair your computer
  4. Choose Troubleshoot
  5. Choose Command Prompt
  6. When the Command Prompt loads, type the following commands :
    bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /ScanOs bootrec /RebuildBcd
  7. Press Enter after each command and wait for each operation to finish
  8. Remove the usb
  9. Type exit
  10. Hit Enter
  11. Restart your computer and check if Windows 10 can now boot

Ok now the bios is not finding Windows at at.
and for each of those commands it said:

FixMbr - Successful
FixBoot - access denied
ScanOs - No installed operating system
RebuildBcd - No installed operating system

But when it boots up normally the windows logo comes up and atempts to boot.
 

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