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PC either gets stuck or reboots at the Windows 10 "spinning dots loading screen"


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#1 NepNep

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 06:22 PM

Hi everyone. I've had this issue since yesterday and i can't seem to make any progress on it.

 

So I was playing a game when the computer suddenly got completely stuck (no BSOD). After waiting a bit I turned it off and on again only for it to get stuck as soon as I opened Chrome. So I tried another reboot and this time it got stuck before I could input my windows password. After that the computer would either just get stuck or reboot on the spinning dots.

 

System specs:

 

INTEL CORE I7-6700K S1151 SKYLAKE 4.0GHZ
ASUS MAXIMUS VIII HERO LGA1151, Z170, DDR4
8GB 2400MHZ DDR4 CL15 HYPERX FURY BLACK (2 sticks)
MSI GTX 980TI GAMING 6G GDDR5 DVI/HDMI/3DP
EVGA 1000 G PSU
120GB KINGSTON SSD
3TB TOSHIBA HDD
 
Things I've already tried:
 
-Automatic repair: reboots/gets stuck.
-Booting a repair utility (Win10PESE) from USB stick: No difference.
-Removing the GPU and using the motherboard's HDMI out: Dots spin for a little longer than usual then reboots/gets stuck.
-Using only one RAM stick (tried both): No difference.
-Trying to get into safe mode: Holding shift does nothing, holding F8 lets me choose the boot device, which leads to it rebooting/getting stuck.
-Removing the motherboard's battery, waiting 10 minutes and inserting it again: No difference.
-Turning off fast boot: No difference
-Changing from UEFI Windows to other OS: No difference.
 
Three times it actually managed to get past the loading screen, and each time a different thing happened:
- BSOD with a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error. 
- BSOD with no error.
- What I assume was Win10PESE, but it rebooted before i could get a good look at it.
 
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
 


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