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  1. Howiewowie's Avatar
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    I know I experimented on 7/22/18 after doing all instructions on clean boot and crashed so I reinstalled windows and just kept my photos and documents or my personal files and kept full install settings, I went away today come home BSOD well I just finished doing clean boot again I got my new ram delivered today it is DDR 4 2x8 16GB 3000MHz I removed old ram and installed new sticks keeping my cpu stock but set ram XMP profile and running 3000MHz and see how it goes
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       #32

    now reset all to stock ram also
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  3. philc43's Avatar
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       #33

    Still the same Internal Timer error being reported.

    Please explain what happened with the clean boot. When you tried a clean boot again with the new installation, at what point does it crash? Before you start adding services and programs back into the boot sequence?
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    [QUOTE=philc43;1421478]Still the same Internal Timer error being reported.

    Please explain what happened with the clean boot. When you tried a clean boot again with the new installation, at what point does it crash? Before you start adding services and programs back into the boot sequence?[/QUO

    I'll go with clean boot again part 2 when it shows add half of non Microsoft services it didn't seem to work as shown

    never had problems installing programs
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  5. philc43's Avatar
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    You can add back services one a time if that would work better but it just takes longer. Do you understand the process and how it works?

    First stage is to verify that there are no crashes when all the non-Microsoft services and non-Microsoft programs are disabled. The second stage is to start adding them back in until you find the one that causes your system to crash again. So for each time you make a change to the startup configuration you have to run your system for a while to determine if it will crash or not. I do not know how long this will take but you will probably have some idea how long it normally takes before your system crashes. The tutorial suggests you add about half of them back in at a time but of course when you get to the point that it crashes you have to work out by a process of trial and error which of the programs is actually causing the system to crash.
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  6. Howiewowie's Avatar
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    philc43 said:
    You can add back services one a time if that would work better but it just takes longer. Do you understand the process and how it works?

    First stage is to verify that there are no crashes when all the non-Microsoft services and non-Microsoft programs are disabled. The second stage is to start adding them back in until you find the one that causes your system to crash again. So for each time you make a change to the startup configuration you have to run your system for a while to determine if it will crash or not. I do not know how long this will take but you will probably have some idea how long it normally takes before your system crashes. The tutorial suggests you add about half of them back in at a time but of course when you get to the point that it crashes you have to work out by a process of trial and error which of the programs is actually causing the system to crash.
    ok ty resetting clean boot now
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  7. Howiewowie's Avatar
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    running on stage 1 now how long a day or two make sure no crash then stage 2 right
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  8. philc43's Avatar
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    Howiewowie said:
    running on stage 1 now how long a day or two make sure no crash then stage 2 right
    That's correct. If it normally crashes within a day that should be long enough to test.
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  9. Howiewowie's Avatar
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       #39

    must have a Microsoft windows problem it just crashed but did not leave a dump file
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  10. philc43's Avatar
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    Howiewowie said:
    must have a Microsoft windows problem it just crashed but did not leave a dump file
    Did you see if the BSOD showed which code it was?
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