i have come across an issue that is new to me. last week on Thursday or Friday i came home to a frozen PC. when i say frozen i mean non-responsive. i had to force the PC to power down. after i powered the PC backup i logged in and about five minutes in the PC would freeze. i have run diagnostics on the OS drive and on the other drives i have and found no problems with them. i originally had the CPU overclocked but not by much. i reset the bios setting for the CPU to defaults and nothing has changed. i then had the PC reboot into safe mode with network connectivity. safe mode worked for 3 days straight, so i decided to restart to windows to see if things were back to normal. the PC still froze after 5 min. i have already gathered information with Speccy, minitoolbox, CPU-z, and zipped the minidump folder. i have also zipped all the files and folder into one zip file and attached it here. please let me know if there is anything else that you may need to help me figure out what is going on.
Thank you Cidious Desktop.zip 938.78KB 2 downloads
i forgot to mention that at one point the PC BSOD and said CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT, but i have not been able to recreate that BSOD.
Edited by kidcid6, 02 July 2015 - 08:16 AM.