My behavior with PC, its strange behavior to HDD and occasional BSOD  

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  1. Posts : 26
    Win 10 Pro (2004)
    Thread Starter
       #11

    The end of BSODs


    I haven't had such BSODs anymore for very long. The last one was almost 6 months ago when I started this thread.

    I have changed my behavior with my desktop PC. Now I turn the PC off when I'm not using it. Earlier I let it to go to sleep mode.
    During that time the PC occasionally woke up from its sleep and then went to sleep mode again. PC main unit sometimes started to spin in the night. Ventilators started to spin, inside light LEDs turned on. But soon after about 5 mins it turned off again and slept again(sleep). It was on its duty to be active and passive.

    Such behavior had negative impact to inside electronics. Slow HDDs had to start spinning which is quite long. Until it's full operational state the PC is unresponsive. It reacted to mouse and keyboard pressings only when discs were on its full final rotation speeds.

    I think all that frequent hibernation/sleep behavior has led to that kind of BSODs.
    Windows had 1803 and 1903 versions. It was never 1909. And only recently it updated itself to 2004.
    But the majority of time in 1903 version the PC was not prone to do bsods.
    Also it couldn't update from 1903 to 1909 and also small various updates because of Windows Update failed to install Error 0x80070643.
    And recently it jumped over the install error and updated to the latest public build.

    Anyway the fact is that BSODs ended when I stopped the computer to enter sleeps and hybernations.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 14,009
    Windows 11 Pro X64 22H2 22621.1848
       #12

    Mark the thread as solved then please, thanks.
      My Computers


 

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