I get random BSOD, then when my computer reboots my SATA drives are gone and it gets stuck at "verifying DMI pool data". By rebooting they sometimes re-appear.
Before this my computer has been running without any issues for two years.
At first I thought this was related to my hard-drives, but after disconnecting all except one and retrying nothing changed.
I ran memtest for 24 hours in addition to running with one ram piece at a time replacing it if I got the BSOD again.
Any suggestions to what might be causing this?
I am getting the following error in my event log: "Microsoft Security Client OOBE" stopped due to the following error 0xC000000D
I tried removing a file related to Microsoft Security client as suggested on microsoft technet, but this did not solve my problem.
BSOD info: 0X000000F4(0X0000000000000003, 0xFFFFFA800481EB30, 0XFFFFFA800481EE10, 0XFFFFF8000318F720)
No dump file is created even though I did check the box for that in advanced settings.
After @techie007 suggested it was most likely the hard-drive or the controller, I have left it on at home testing a drive from work. I have also checked online for possible issues with my SSD drive (Crucial m4), and it seems that these have a bug that makes it unstable after 5200 hours. A new firmware has been released solving this issue, so I will attempt that later today.
My computer is now stable again, the problem that lead to this was the 5200 hour bug in crucial m4 drives.