Windows 10: Multiple BSODs in a fresh install of Windows 10
I have asked the team for advice about the situation and SPTD2.sys should be removable without any problem.
Since you can't remove it without loosing access to your system, it looks like something has gotten in your boot menu which needs to be removed.
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so in the log file there was also another bsod that was diffrent from these but i had to roolback windows so its gone but its was -page fault in nonpaged area i think the error code ended with 05 or something like that but i think its a ram problem...
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I just registered in hope you can help me with my problem.
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