Thread: BSOD new build
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Old 24-07-2020, 10:42   #9
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Re: BSOD new build

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Originally Posted by ThunderPants73 View Post
I'm starting to wonder if whatever caused the BIOS to reset to defaults is responsible for all of this, since the BSODS only started after that. Why would the BIOS revert to default settings on it's own?
A BIOS can do this if the BIOS was updated, the internal battery runs out or it detects some problem. I would check the BIOS is the latest version from the motherboard manufacturer.

Maybe run a memory test (takes a long time) and reseat the memory if there is an error.
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