I have completed uninstall and reinstall as you instructed, All done in Safe Mode.
My Display and system seems to be operating better already!
Shall I just monitor and report back? when do you suggest.
Many Thanks for your help so far.
Glad to hear
I would normally suggest a few days, but since that has been reached already I just extend it to a week at leastShall I just monitor and report back? when do you suggest.
I have had Two more Crashes tonight, I was downloading files on both occasions- Bitdefender Anti Virus 2015
Minidumps attached, does this show any hardware failures, my machine is getting on a bit.
Hope I am not a pain to you
Both are 0x116 what mean that the graphics drivers failed to respond, the drivers could use some updating.
Please uninstall everything of Nvidia using Display Driver Uninstaller and install new drivers from Nvidia. Be sure the clean install box is checked and only install the Graphics driver and the PhysX driver.
Code:0: kd> lmvm nvlddmkm start end module name fffff801`04eb0000 fffff801`05b49000 nvlddmkm T (no symbols) Loaded symbol image file: nvlddmkm.sys Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys Image name: nvlddmkm.sys Timestamp: Mon Jun 29 21:13:29 2015 (559198D9) CheckSum: 00C4F3E2 ImageSize: 00C99000 Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
I did follow your instructions to the letter and reinstall latest driver from Nvidia. All in Safe Mode.
I have now done the same again as you suggest.
After using the uninstall tool, I searched my PC and found lots of other Old Nvidia Files still on PC
I have Revo Uninstaller Pro so I unintalled all these files with this program to rid them from my PC.
I have now reinstalled the 2 Nvidia Drivers , Graphis and Physics with Clean Install checked once again in Safe Mode.
This may well have sorted the Problem.
I really appreciate your quick replies and Help.....THANK- YOU
Will see how it all goes in the next few days.
Keep me posted
Hey guys, I have the same problem as Yugmot has. I cant get pass the boot and its a infinite loop. I also cannot goto safe boot or safe mode, any boot/restarting fails. My pc does not have a battery where I can easily pluck off. Safe boot in advanced options fails. Restarting fails. The commands I have tried but still fails. I have not yet tried the usb boot and hope to but I need immense guidance in doing so. I have a friend who is willing to install a tool to help repair my windows. Please reply. Thank you!
Please give more details about your system (specifications), what commands you've tried and how you tried them.
Although when you can't even boot into safe mode it means you have hardware problems, providing the system specs would be appreciated for troubleshooting.
My system information i am not really sure of since i cannot access them but i do know that i run a 64-bit Windows 10. I ahve a dell Inpairon 15 has a good intel card. I recently downloaded a program called blender. I was using blender and running Minecraft when minecraft became unresponsive and it crashed, which then lead to my pc shutting off. Could this be the reason? I also was in the middle of changing some Windows 10 settings and deleted %TEMP% files and prefetch files. Could this also be why? I was in the middle of "Optimizing my Windows 10 pc", i just wanted more and better gaming/power using performanc, can that be why? One option i haven't tried is the usb stick method, i just hope it is a success. But i doubt it. I've tried it all, restore, reset, cmd.exe, restart, manual reboot, battery. Please reply soon. Thank you so much.