Computer Keeps Restarting with SSD but not with Mechanical

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productionprints

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Hi there... Please Help!

We have 4 rigs at our business and the first 3 build went fine. The 4th is having issues with constant restarts when trying to load Windows 10 and sometimes it will load into Windows and then not more than a minute or so it will restart.

My Specs:

Motherboard #1 we tried: Asrock Z370 Killer SLI/AC
Motherboard #2 we tried: MSI Z370 - currently installed
CPU: Intel I5 coffeelake 8400K

Hardrives we've tried:

SSD - 512 GB Crucial (Problems with Restarting)
512 GB Sandisk (Problems with Restarting)
Mechanical HDD CGate 2 Tb (Works fine)
Power Supply: EVGA super nova 750B
Memory: 8 GB Gskill Rip Jaw x2 total 16GB

No GPU video card

CD Rom
Operating System Windows 10 Home (USB and DVD both tried)

Can not get into windows without the computer restarting.
No blue screen of death.
Does fully load with mechanical drive and is stable.
-3 other rigs in house that are used for business and every component has been used to rule out the issues (power supply, memory, etc)

It will go into BIOS just fine. The restarts only take place when it leaves BIOS and tries to run windows. A couple times we have gotten into windows for about a minute then it restarts.

Is this a voltage issue? Do SSD's require a different voltage than mechanical drives?

UGH, HELP!
 

crjdriver

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Are these ssd drives M.2 or conventional ssd drives?
If these are not M.2 type drives, then no there is not a difference in voltage.
Have you tried loading a different operating system such as a linux distro to see if you still have the problem?
 

Paul23

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Have you flashed your BIOS to the newest version?
 
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