Folk often report this after they re-use their OS drive. We do the usual of latest BIOS, then fresh OS install along with the drivers noted by the motherboard maker and re-test. Usually fixed.
Not much help for folk that want to save their installed OS.
You can try google and "How to change your motherboard and save Windows 10." I find that to be very hit and miss.
Just got a few new parts and installed windows on a new M.2 drive, previously was installed on a different drive so this was a clean install. Replaced old i5 3450 and mobo with a ryzen 3600 and MSI gaming plus, and added new RAM. So really all I kept from before was my hard drives/ssd, and the PSU. Had some issues with a clock_watchdog_timeout blue screen locking up but that went away after I fully updated windows.
Now the issue I'm having is occasional stuttering and temporary freezing. I'll sometimes still have mouse movement but clicking doesn't do anything until it catches up? Then it's like all the clicks and keystrokes catch up all at once.
I have all my parts connected right now but it was still happening even when all I had was the ram and video card connected to the motherboard.
I'm guessing something went a little wrong when I was trying to get drivers and updates downloaded while my computer was freezing every 5-10 minutes with the blue screen.
Wondering if there's something I can do to fix it short of just reinstalling windows. I just did it a couple days ago so if that's my best bet I don't mind. Just want to see if there's something else to try.
Unrelated but I am also running into an issue where every Chrome page times out instead of loading. No issues browsing on Edge or Firefox, and my speed test is fine. Less of an issue as I was thinking of switching to Firefox recently but if anyone can help out that'd be appreciated.
So here's a pathway to my speccy: RkELMSwSjfwd5ta3xr55LDs in case that helps. Thanks!