BSOD Critical_Process_Died


  1. Posts : 1
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    BSOD Critical_Process_Died


    Hello,

    I have various BSOD Crashes. They occur during normal Browsing.

    Firstly it was a "Unexpected Store Exception" in the help in another Forum at that time ( 2 weeks ago )

    we managed to do a perfect SFC-Scan and a perfect DISM-Scan, which apparantly did not terminate the BSOD - Issue.

    After the SFC and DISM - Scans the BSOD Crash did not show "Unexpected Store Exception" again.
    It seems to remain at "Critical Process Died".

    When I just restarted the Laptop, no Boot - Device was found, although I could select it in the BSOD - Start up.

    I restarted again and the System runs smoothly. Dont know for how long.

    Please help me!

    J

    I run Windows 10, upgraded form Windows 8.

    PS: ( I somehow have a hinge that it got something to do with my INTEL HD Graphics Card and my NVIDIA Card, when I installed the newest NVIDIA-Driver I got an error message, VIEW IN ATTACHED SCREENSHOT )

    How to Fix BSOD and Game Crashes On Windows 10 - YouTube ( Found this link, but I wanted to listen in with professionals here first if this might be the Key? )
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    Hi doktajohn,

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