win 10 64 bitCan you please provide a screenshot of your blue screen?
Also, what hardware are you using and what are its specifications?
What were you doing when you received this error?
i unplug hdd and reinstall on ssd i restarted few times no problem now i plug hdd and error comes so hdd i s problem.what to do?bcd rebuild on d drive? or format i dont want format i have alotof filesI do not believe the HDD is the problem, but I know the problem is hardware related because you have already reset all software and nothing has changed. It could be your RAM needs to be reseated (removed and reinserted, insuring it has been pressed down all the way) or a cable has been left loose. I just want to start there because It is the only software that still remains after the install.
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