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Journeyman III

Ryzen 3700x not booting up after Hypervisor Error

Recently I got a BSOD saying HYPERVISOR_ERROR as the errorcode. My PC wouldn't boot up after this. I've already reset my CMOS battery and debugged my SSD and HDD, concluding it is highly probable it is not an issue with them. I'm guessing this is a problem with my CPU, is there anything I can do to help fix this issue?


Ryzen 7 3700x

WDC 500gb SSD

EVGA 650W 80+ PSU

MSI ventus 2060 super

B550-PLUS ASUS TUF motherboard

I would appreciate if anyone threw out some ideas onto how I could fix this.

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Found this Tech site that gives detail 10 Troubleshooting solutions on how to fix HYPERVISOR_ERROR in Windows 10: 

It involves both Software and Hardware and Malware solutions.

If you can still get into the bios then I doubt it is a cpu or motherboard hardware issue. 

If you have a second hard drive available disconnect your current boot drive and install Windows to the other drive. If all is well you have either corrupt Windows or Malware as the link already provided by @elstaci explains. 

If you don't have a spare driver you could boot to linux from a thumb drive. Again if that is working fine your issue is in Windows corruption or malware.