So I randomly got the BSOD during start up this morning. No issues prior, didn't install anything new software/hardware. Just normal everyday usage.
I can't get into safe mode, it crashes during startup, I can't do a Hard drive diagnostics through F8, it just freeze in a black screen.
I did a memtest, removed my rams one stick at a time, and switch the order. Ran chkdsk on the SSD and no issues. So I plugged in an older random HDD to test, installed a fresh window and everything runs fine. So that means the Ram should be ok. Did error checking on the SSD (plugged it in using an external case) found a few errors, and was "fixed" so I booted my computer off the SSD again, and the BSOD is still there.
Is there anyway I can check if its an issue with the windows inside my SSD or if the SSD has an error.
I know I can just reformat it, and probably be easier, but its a hassle reinstalling all my driver and stuff, since I'm installing a fresh windows.