Hello, so today I realized that my system was super dusty, so after vacuuming my room, I went to clean it out. All I did was use a bit of compressed air from the can, to blow it off. I even tried to make sure not to spin the fans when I did. So when I got it clean I tried to boot and got a BSOD, error:0x000000F4. I read that it's a hard drive issue, but I have my OS on an SSD. My boot time was blazing fast before I cleaned, and after, it's taking upwards of 3:00 minutes. I don't know if the SSD died, but It's only about 2 years or so old, and I can eventually get into Windows. Do you guys have any suggestions.
Note: The SSD is the primary boot option in my BIOS.