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That points to a failing system drive. The temporarily stability is likely coincidental. Backup now while you still can.
     
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So you're saying my SSD is failing already?
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So you're saying my SSD is failing already?

 

I'm going to bed soon, but if you have a mechanical drive or more than one, then I have a question: did you have that mechanical drive or those mechanical drives connected while you installed Windows to your solid state drive? If so, then the boot sector is on that mechanical drive or on one of those mechanical drives and the one that the boot sector on is probably failing.

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Is there a chance my ram could be causing BSOD's?
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Is there a chance my ram could be causing BSOD's?

 

Yes memory can cause BSODs, but not the boot device error. So again, do you have any mechanical drives in your system? If so, then were they (or was it) connected when you installed Windows to your solid state drive?

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I've got 2 HDD's, 2 SSD's and a SSHD. Used crystal disk info and it says all the drives are good.
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I've got 2 HDD's, 2 SSD's and a SSHD. Used crystal disk info and it says all the drives are good.

 

You still haven't answered my question though. Did you have these hard  drives connected while you installed Windows?

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post #18 of 75
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Oh, um only had 1 SSD and 1 HHD the first time then I reinstalled windows again with the same SSD and 2 HDD's I think.
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post #19 of 75
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Oh, um only had 1 SSD and 1 HHD the first time then I reinstalled windows again with the same SSD and 2 HDD's I think.

 

Then if one of those drives are indeed failing, then it's the drive with the boot sector on it. If you were to remove that drive or if it were to die completely, then you would not be able to boot into Windows anymore.

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This has only just started happening since the new cpu went in which was last night and I only noticed it it this morning. Damn, I really don't want to get another SSD..
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