Solved WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

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I ran the program for about 2 hours and nothing happened
I am uncertain what you mean.
Do you mean nothing appeared on the screen, as illustrated on the link I sent you and then repeated on post 89
OR do you mean that did show, but it did not report any errors.
 

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Please run Furmark GPU stress test
from this guide at Sysnative - I also work on that site.
https://www.sysnative.com/forums/threads/furmark-display-card-stress-test.3907/

Seth the time to the shown 1200000 ms which is 20 minutes

BE CAREFUL - as warned on the link keep you eye on the temps.
RUN IT for 20 MINUTES please
If the temps rise above 85C stop the test.

Set temp alarm at 85

Your card
is an MSI RX580

keep your eye on temps
Set as shown on link from Sysnative
 

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Please make your replies more explanative.

I did the test for 20 minutes. What do I do next?
It saves me asking - was all within parameters, did artifacts appear on screen - break up.
Did temperature rise significantly even if not above warning level.

Unfortunately I am offline from now, as it is 0312, and I have not been online except for the last few minutes since your reply at 10.54pm.
I will not be back until Tuesday late evening.

HOWEVER please see the link below for a repair install of 10 I consider this to be the next step in trying to solve the problem.

Download the media Creation tool from the Microsoft link - here,
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
and run to save an ISO file on your desktop.
the instructions for creating the ISO are on the link above under the heading
Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC (click to show more or less information)

The main guide is on the link BELOW that - from ten forums.
Go here and follow this procedure for a repair install of 10

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html

Take your time and read the above link carefully please.
You follow that procedure and on mounted ISO you click
setup
that commences the repair install.

DO NOT PROCEED with that if the FURMARK test produced ANY adverse results, as per my opening remakrs please on this post.
Good luck with it.
 
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Everything appeared on screen but I overheated and had to try again a couple times.
 

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I have posted instructions for your next step, on my last post
However do not proceed with that until I have chance to examine with you what this overheating was
Sorry I cannot stay ON now
I have an early start at 0800
 

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Hi I am back online, as I thought I would be - late Tuesday evening
Please describe the overheat situation and what happened when you the ran it
 

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Problem122
I think you have seen my last post - 98
Are you still proceeding with the topic please
OR have you solved the problem.
After such an amount of work, on both our parts, a reply would be appreciated.
Thanks
 

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My apologies for lack of response, I have been trying to find a hard drive to use because I do not have one of my own to use.
 

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I have been trying to find a hard drive to use because I do not have one of my own to use.
You do not need a drive, you are creating the ISO and from there carrying out a repair install
However as I asked wat please was the full circumstances of the overheat situation
 

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I see, I will do it later today then, also it won't delete anything right?

My screen would go completely black and I would have to shut off the computer for the screen to come back.
 

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Alright, For starters I apologise for my absence, I am still in school so I had to finish up the school year so I was quite occupied. I am finished now and I am ready to continue problem solving if you are aswell.

I have done as you asked and finished the windows download.

I dont know if this information is of use, but everytime I re-install windows I have a problem with my DirectX and my vc-redist. I always have to reinstall them or els none of my games work.
 
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I decided to replace my processor and my problem was solved, thank you for all your help!
 

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Pleased it is sorted
As I said on post 40
1. That to me sounds very suspicious, as I mentioned sometime ago that the error on the BSOD appears to refer to the processor.
Mark your topic solved please, click mark solved on your opening post
 

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