A lot of problems downloading Windows 10 properly

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After my first initial set up of Windows 10 on a Vibox Gaming PC with AMD Ryzen, I have only been able to get 2-3 minutes out of Windows 10 without the PC Freezing or a BSoD saying CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT. I followed all the guides of YouTube, but after failing to reset the PC, the PC will start up, show the AMD Car and then restart itself with no sign of Windows, I can press the function keys to get to settings before the Keyboard and mouse turn themselves off but I can't get any further.
 
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After my first initial set up of Windows 10 on a Vibox Gaming PC with AMD Ryzen, I have only been able to get 2-3 minutes out of Windows 10 without the PC Freezing or a BSoD saying CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT. I followed all the guides of YouTube, but after failing to reset the PC, the PC will start up, show the AMD Car and then restart itself with no sign of Windows, I can press the function keys to get to settings before the Keyboard and mouse turn themselves off but I can't get any further.
Hello have you updated the UEFI also Please
Give me Your Hole system configuration
Processor, Motherboard, Ram, Case, HDD/SSD, Optical drive if any, PSU
I will try to help If you can provide with all the configuration parts list
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Motherboard: A320M PRO-VD PLUS
CPU:AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
No optical Drive
I don't know how to find the rest. Hopefully this helps.
 

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AnilAdvishnu,

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AnilAdvishnu,

Indeed, as jagsthecat stated, all assistance is to be kept here on the boards as per the site rules. We do not allow remote or behind the scenes assistance of any kind for the protection of our members.

For this reason, the content of your post has been removed.
sorry for that but it is ok
 
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Updating Bios is the last thing that should be done.

There is some information regarding the error around.

Is your system overclocked? If so, then going in to your bios, which you've said you can do and resetting to defaults may cure it.

There's also some indication that an update to windows has caused this, namely one of the updates to patch out the Spectre/Meltdown bugs (This also affects Intel processors in a different way).

There is a thread here with someone with a similar issue:

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/667764/clock-watchdog-timeout-bsod-problems/

And a website with several options to try and fix it

https://www.wintips.org/how-to-fix-bsod-clock_watchdog_timeout-in-windows-10/
 
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