Win 10 dpc_watchdog_violation  

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  1. Posts : 5
    windows 10
    Thread Starter

    It seems like the graphics card was to blame. haven't had a crash in over a week.
    It this problem something that can be fixed by drivers, or do i need to get a new GPU
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  2. Posts : 5,169
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H2

    I think it looks like the card was faulty, it would be good if you could borrow a working GPU card from a friend and test as a final confirmation.
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  3. Posts : 73
    Windows 10 Home v1903

    Hi all,
    A little old this thread but I thought I'd post here as it appears on the face of it my problem bears great similarity to the OP.
    Basically, I've recently allowed my machine to install the Win10 v1809 update, and have been having blue screens since, and was wondering if you could help me to solve this? I'm halfway there with log collection, the previous bsod did not yield much as the ckcl was not running, so I went into computer management > data collector sets, and sure enough none of the ckcl properties were ticked, so I just ticked everything. Sat back, waited for the next bsod (a couple of days as it turned out), and this time I have loaded the memory.dmp into windbg, and already extracted a ckcl.etl, but that's as far as I've got.
    Would you like me to provide this, or would you prefer I used something else to extract the information required?
    Latest system specs are in profile.
    Many thanks guys.

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    Update: I've found what I think is the culprit. It appears to be igdkmd64.sys, the kernel mode graphics driver. Have removed intel drivers with DDU and reinstalled from their site (no point using Toshiba site, their latest graphics driver is 4 years old.)
    Will see how it goes now.
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