BSOD during Automatic System Maintenance process with Intel GMA 965


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    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional
       09 Dec 2015 #1

    BSOD during Automatic System Maintenance process with Intel GMA 965


    Hi,recently i installed Windows 10 Pro on a Laptop Compaq Presario c700 with an Intel Celeron M530 and Intel GMA 965 express graphics card,when the laptop is idle and my screen turns off after 5 minutes,the Automatic System Maintenance starts right away,and for the limited graphic chipset i think,the laptop remains unresponsive,the keyboard doesn't work,so i can't do ctrl+alt+del,the mouse pointer also dissapears,the only thing i could do is a hard turn off,losing all my job,i will greatly appreciate your help,these are the logs,thanks in advance!
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    Windows 10 Pro
       10 Dec 2015 #2

    It looks like there are traces of bypasses on your system.
    Before proceeding, you need to remove every bypass (and related software) on your system.

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