Currently, I have a 2TB FireCuda drive from SeaGate, that, when ever it is plugged in, whether it be on boot, or plugged in while Windows is running, the system will either reach a certain point in the Windows boot process and BSoD with a NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM error, or, remain active for about 5 seconds before BSoD'ing with the same error. I have tried numerous techniques, including clean reinstalls and flashing the BIOS. The drive worked fine 2 weeks ago, before I replaced some parts and installed Win10 again. What gives?
16 GB DDR4 2133MHz GSkill RAM
GIGABYTE B250-DS3H Mobo
NVIDIA 1070 TI
Corsair 600W PSU
Cooler Master Case
1x SeaGate BarraCuda 2.5 In 500GB drive (C:)
1x WD Blue 3.5 In 1TB drive (D:)
1x SeaGate FireCuda 3.5 In 2TB drive (E:) <- NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM error origin
Thanks in advance.
Edited by hamluis, 25 April 2018 - 07:33 AM.
Moved from Crashes/BSODs to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.