I have a problem with my computer. Every time I boot up it goes straight to the same BSOD.
This all began with a Windows update where I picked the option to update and shut down (so I could disconnect all peripherals, clean the desk and reconnect). Once everything was connected back I switched on the PC, it resumed installing the Windows update, I got into the desktop GUI for a few seconds before the first BSOD appeared.
When the BSODs appeared they said "SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED" and it said it would restart, but it wouldn't until I restarted it myself. I tried system restore, but it wouldn't work due to an unspecific error; I tried booting into safe-mode, but the same BSOD appears no natter what.
I even did a PC restart whereby the OS is rebuilt and all software that didn't come with Windows is uninstalled and my personal files are safe, and I managed to get into the desktop GUI for a few seconds before the BSOD re-appeared, although this time it actually restarts when it says it will; I now have no system restore images, I cannot be load into system restore and I am out of options except reformatting, but I really don't want to have to do that.
My system is installed on an M.2 SSD and most of my personal files are on a SATA HDD. I'm running Windows 10 x64.