Desperate for help; I've attached the zip file per your BSOD instructions. I also included an ntbtlog.txt that I was able to create in Safe mode today.
Here is what's happening: I have a new build that crashes daily during Windows startup. I've reinstalled multiple times with the same results. I've changed the hard drive, so it's not a drive problem. I've run Windows repair; tried Safe Mode (usually it crashes before getting into Safe Mode); memory tests, and more.
Usually, the BSODs flash so fast I can't read them; others are the "Page fault in non-paged area," or "System Volume on disk is corrupt," or "Plug and Play terminated unexpectedly."
I've gone to my motherboard's web site and updated all the driver files I can find that are newer than those on my motherboard disk. I've tried older and new display drivers.
The strange thing (to me) is that once I reinstall windows, I'm able to run okay all day with multiple reboots throughout the day. But the next morning, it always crashes with a BSOD while Windows is loading. This makes me wonder if it's a temperature-related thing with a circuit on the motherboard?
Any help would be appreciated. I'm getting very short on my 30-day return option for the equipment, so if I can't find some solution I may try another motherboard.