1. I'm currently in the process of installing Windows 11.
2. On each attempt, I encounter the message depicted in the image.
3. The error message I'm receiving is quite vague, as indicated by the code 0xC0000005.
4. I've replaced my SSD twice with two brand-new drives in an attempt to resolve this issue.
5. I've switched my DOK four times.
6. Using the same DOK, I successfully performed a fresh installation on another computer.
7. I've experimented with different USB ports, including those directly connected to the motherboard.
8. I've tried switching out my DDR5 memory modules with others, and also tested with an alternative video card.
9. An additional attempt was made to install Windows 10, but the same problem persisted.
10. I tried loading the CHIPSET drivers before running the installation (SHIFT+F10), but no luck.
11. The BIOS installed is the latest one.
12. I've installed operating systems numerous times over the years, and this issue is entirely unprecedented in my experience.
|Intel Core i9-13900K Processor|
|ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z790 HERO|
|AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT|
|WD_BLACK SN850X 2TB|
Do you have the latest windows 11 from Microsoft? If you have access to another pc, you could wipe your usb flash drive and download it again.
Shut down your pc and turn off the psu switch.
Remove all memory sticks. Install one memory stick in slot A2 (2nd slot from the cpu).
Try installing windows.
Ok, you said you swapped out the memory, but didn't say you tried with one stick.
Since you were able to install windows on another pc successfully, I suspect instability somewhere and it could be with your memory, this was why I mentioned using one stick in slot A2.
Also, if you have XMP enabled in the bios, reset the bios to defaults with the F5 key, then hit F10 to save.
Then try installing windows.