Unfixable BSOD

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Unknownim

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Hey y'all. My comp consists of
I5 8400k
ASRock z390 phantom gaming SLI/AC
2*8 16 gb gskill trident z rgb ram3600 mhz
GIGABYTE gtx 1060 6gb factory overclocked edition
Thermaltake 500w smart power supply
Samsung 970 Evo m.2 nvme

I encountered a bsod and tried to wipe the drive after trying numerous times to fix it. That wiped windows. I can boot into bios BIOS but bsod pops up when I try to install Windows.
Pls note I swapped the whole system practically and had Corsair vengeance lpx 2400mhz 4*4 ram and no gpu at the time of the bsod first appearence. I was running a game in the background when both of my friend's called me on Xbox. The game ramped my CPU to 100% because at the time my father refused to buy me a gpu. (I later bout the 1060 on my own money.) And the bsod came saying thread exception not handled. I spent a year already on this PC pls help tried many things pls help. Doesn't boot into safe mode either.
 

Shazzalive

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It sounds like you've screwed up your Windows installation to a point where it's beyond repair. It also sounds like you've bought replacement hardware unnecessarily and wasted money doing so.

Anyway; let's clean your drive and then we can start afresh with a clean installation of Windows.

The following will erase all data on your system drive - so back up anything that's important first.

Open a command prompt (Boot from the installation media.) and type the following: -

DISKPART

LIST DISK

If you only have a single disk in your machine (Which I'm assuming is the case.) then the listing will only include Disk zero.

Type the following: -

SELECT DISK 0

CLEAN

EXIT

- You have just in effect deleted everything from your hard drive or SSD. -

Now reboot the machine and do a fresh install of Windows 10.
 
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