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JerksNeedLoveToo
Nov 12, 2006


I would suggest these steps:

1. Verify that you have the most up-to-date drivers and BIOS.

2. If that doesn't work, the next suspect part is the OS drive. Looks like you've got two SSDs. I'd try installing the OS on whichever drive it isn't on currently and removing the drive that it is currently installed on.

3. If that doesn't work, you may have a failing power supply. Under/over voltages would explain why you're getting random bluescreens from all different device drivers. That's generally more difficult to test if you don't happen to have a spare power supply sitting around. But you may want to try this as the second step if you do have a spare because that might be easier for you than screwing around with migrating an OS from drive to drive.

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