Windows 10: Weird BSODs after BIOS update
Weird BSODs after BIOS update
I wanted to update my machine so I downloaded the newest BIOS from manufacturer's site and flashed it. When I booted into Windows 10 I saw some strange stuttering. When the startup programs were loading my cursor was lagging hard and after a while the screen froze. Few seconds in that condition and BSOD. It repeated a few times. I tried reinstalling graphics drivers a few times in different versions (using DDU), but it didn't help. It only works stable when I somehow manage to disable Nvidia graphics card (for example in safe mode).
Clean install didn't help. After installing Nvidia drivers the problem came back. I will upload fresh dump later.
I'm sorry for the delay, there aren't many people in this section active.
Currently we are a bit overwhelmed.
Just run the DM Log Collector again, upload the zip and give some description of what happened and what you were doing
Hi guys, I recently bought a MSI laptop, and decided to update the BIOS.
However after the update my laptop just doesn't boot anything, no USB, no hard drive, nothing.
Can anyone help me out?
I already enabled/disabled secure boot, used UEFI...
Halo thar. Nice to post again.
I am a little concerned as I want to update my BIOS but I am seriously going to crap my pants (I'm old) if I lose activation on 10. After a health issue my ability to focus and or sit up for any long periods of time...
since updating my main desktop to W10Pro from W8.1Pro I've been experiencing random BSODs. Looking at the Event Viewer, they may be driver related..
The driver \Driver\WSDScan for device...
Should I update my BIOS Drivers? Actually, it takes a minute for the PC to boot... The boot time is extremely slow.
That's why I'm thinking of updating my BIOS Drivers. Thanks :)
Motherboard: MSI 880GMS - E41(FX)
CPU: AMD FX-6300
I am totally new to BIOS upgrading so please ignore if my question sounds too stupid.
My current BIOS version is v1708- 24/10/2013.
When I checked my mobo's support site, i found that there are at least 6 versions of the BIOS that got...