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    [BSOD] Crash only on first power up for the day

    Hey there,

    I've been having problems with this for a few months and gradually trying to figure out what it going wrong, but im at a loss now.

    Any time I leave my PC off for an extended period (usually overnight) around 2 minutes after first boot I get a BSOD and forced restart. Once the system resumes, it seems to run perfectly. I have stress tested it both with and without my OC on the CPU and GPU and can never get it to crash after the initial boot and first BSOD.

    Things i have tried that resulted in the same problem:
    - Remove OC from CPU and GPU
    - Remove Creative soundcard and drivers
    - Disable Intel Wifi / Bluetooth m.2 card in BIOS (haven't physically remove because it requires removing I/O shield.
    - Complete fresh Win 10 install
    - Multiple fresh Nvidia driver installs (uninstall, boot to safe, run DDU, reinstall latest version).

    I have uploaded the latest minidump file, unfortunately my expertise doesnt make any sense of the dumps and bsod tools windows provides.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jdy...ew?usp=sharing

    Any help / ideas? Thanks in advance!

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    Does this happen only when you shutdown Windows/OS or when the system hibernates or goes to sleep?

    Stew

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcleod52 View Post
    Does this happen only when you shutdown Windows/OS or when the system hibernates or goes to sleep?

    Stew
    Doesn't seem to be a problem resuming from sleep, I don't use hibernate.

    I posted on another forum and they pointed towards a problem with the Xbox 360 driver failing a I/o request or something like that if the computer shuts down with the controller connected.

    Seems odd...

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