Trying to install clean Windows 11 and getting all these bsods and can't get to install

UNC1RLM 0 Reputation points
2024-05-17T20:44:29.2133333+00:00

I am trying to do a clean windows 11 pro install and i am running into all the bsods; "attempted execute of no execute memory or KMode exception or system thread not handled or page fault in non... or secure kernal error or driver irg etc etc etc.

How do i get arround this so I can do my install?

Thanks for any help

Greets and Best Regards!

BobM.

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  1. Michael Taylor 49,701 Reputation points
    2024-05-17T20:56:03.5366667+00:00

    This sounds like hardware issues so there is software workaround. Given the errors it is hard to say at this point but I'm leaning toward memory issues. Use a USB drive to boot into an OS that you can run a tool like memtest on. The Windows media creation tool might do that, not sure that I've ever tried. Alternatively this link provides steps if you have an existing Windows system. Irrelevant, once you boot into your test shell then run the memtest software and make sure your memory is all good.

    The second thing that comes to mind is that your hardware is not officially supported by Win11 and it is failing during installation. Normally it will tell you that early on but hard to say for sure.

    Another possible cause is a bad motherboard or CPU that is causing corruption. If this is a machine that was previously working fine with, say Win10, then it seems less likely that it is hardware failure. If it is a new machine though then it is possible. If you're overclocking (especially on the Intel processors that are causing issues with motherboards) then reset to factory defaults.

    A final check would be the SSD but that seems unlikely given your error messages.