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Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Dual Boot win10 Pro and Home? Register Help Remember Me? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Home x64 CPU Intel i7 2600K @3.4 GHz Motherboard Asus P8P67 Memory 4x4GB Gskill PC3 12800 1600MHz Graphics Card Gigabyte GTX 750 this contact form

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The current build is Version 1511 (OS Build 10586.545). My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Home x64 CPU Intel i7 2600K @3.4 GHz Motherboard Asus P8P67 Memory 4x4GB Gskill PC3 12800 1600MHz Graphics Card Gigabyte GTX 750 PODxt View Public Profile Find More Posts by PODxt 04 Mar 2010 #4 PODxt Windows 7 Home x64 27 posts So, any idea?

I'm pretty sure that Windows 10 was being used on this machine happily for months without a problem. I went to Killer's website and installed Killer Networking - Killer Suite it directly which updates the driver to version 8.1.0.31 dated, 9/22/2015. BSOD - System Service Exception Computer bsod, freezes, and turns off randomly BSOD when starting game (WoW) Random BSOD kernel_security_check_fail & Driver_IR...

solved New Build constant BSOD, help! My concern is that I've frelled up the Windows 10 installation or missed a crucial step/option. IssuesOk, so I built a new PC lastnight and proceeded to install what I thought to be Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. BSOD while in-game Having BSOD's all the time Win 10 pro BSOD netio.sys BSOD and no won't get past boot at all Multiple different BSOD errors commonly related to...

Official invitations from Microsoft for an event on Octo... I don't' know if I can go further back. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. http://windowsopt.blogspot.com/2013/08/new-build-win10-home-x64-2x-bsods.html I'm not fully versed with Windows 10 but I have been keeping an eye on Event Viewer and both times I experienced the BSOD it was when accessing my LAN.

I suggest you save it to the desktop 2. The boot issue lingers but it's not nearly as bad for this second installation. BSOD too many time with error ntsokrnl ao fileinfo... I'll certainly keep an eye on the Ethernet driver and reinstall the latest version, again.

Can be anywhere from a few minutes to an hour after rebooting. https://github.com/nefarius/ScpToolkit/issues/389 I have looked at both dump files and as I know you have seen the stack shows that it is - or certainly appears to be - usb related 3. Thank you all for the advise here. If you've got a hunch, please let me know.

Selected SSD on SATA Port 0 for installation.INSTALL - No issues encountered, rebooted and installed LAN drivers to access internet. http://isdotnetdead.com/new-build/new-build-problems.html The first one passed 8 times without errors, but the 2nd one kept giving errors in one bit of memory, which matches up to what you were saying about the one I did find another thread on a different forum site that may have been a similar problem that may provide clues. This seems to be a usb driver for an eternal device like a webcam.

If you can not replace the memory you might very slightly increase the voltage and retest to see if it still fails. Am I getting this correct? Fortunately, I was remotely connecting to this computer so I was still able to see the frozen screen and take a screen shot when the local monitor showed the BSOD. navigate here What is the make and full model of the motherboard Last edited: Aug 18, 2016 Macboatmaster, Aug 18, 2016 #2 Digladio Thread Starter Joined: Aug 16, 2016 Messages: 39 Thanks

The new pagefile.sys was created and I can see it under C: drive.I haven't touched the voltages yet, but I think I figured out where the real problem is. Nvidia 780Ti Hi all, So i purchased windows 10 home. I now want to clean install Windows 10 Home (64-bit) from USB drive (created with media...

Seeimingly random BSODs with no obvious reason Got rid of blue screens, getting them again 10 day...

Build Components http://pcpartpicker.com/p/4XQnYJ Installation Procedure Initial Boot to UEFI - Verified All Peripheral's Connected and Configured UEFI Settings (SSD & HDD set to AHCI) to allow boot priority to SSD & Details: Bluetooth a BT4.0 / Wifi bgn mPCIE combo card from Mediatek that came with the laptop). Ran removal tool. I understand about the windows drivers, after I install windows, I can use my mouse, keyboard, optical drive and monitor.

Always install the Intel chipset and ME drivers first, then video and audio. The main lesson is to never cheap on memory, lol. I went to Killer's website and installed Killer Networking - Killer Suite it directly which updates the driver to version 8.1.0.31 dated, 9/22/2015. http://isdotnetdead.com/new-build/new-build.html Fortunately it loaded windows without having to jump through hoops.

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