I don't think Windows would be the reason of an Asio,sys screen, those are related to part failures, I'll try a new Windows install but I'm for sure that it's the ram, what else would explain the odd behavior when it comes to the looping piece of ram. I would think before they sell ram they would atleast test it, especially a corsair one I have the most faith in that brand
Yes but that is from your old install's drivers and configs expecting one part while trying to access another. The drivers and configs are looking for your old motherboard but fails because its a new motherboard. Using old installs on a new motherboard rarely works none the less with one so different as Ryzen. Its amazing you even got to the GUI. A clean install of windows is the test you should attempt.