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    Intermittently hitting this error on boot up. I initially got it when I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
    I got the BSOD on bootup a few times and during normal use; system would go to BSOD then would reboot to desktop fine until it finally stayed in the BSOD on every bootup.

    I did a clean install of windows 7 and then updated to windows 10 with no other programs / drivers etc on the machine.
    However, I still get the BSOD with the same error: kmode_exception_not_handled.

    On searching the internet, I suspect it must be a driver out of date, but I cant figure out which one, they all seem to be the most recent versions.
    Last edited by Dennis I; 08 Jan 2016 at 00:43.
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    Please try to update your BIOS
    Your BIOS dates 2013, checking under 'Others' (no Windows 10 updates), version 1704 of 2015/06/26 is available.
    P9X79-E WS | Motherboards | ASUS Global

    Please consider a clean install of Windows 10, even though nothing is installed an upgrade is an OS above an already existing OS.
    Because an OS above an OS is installed a folder called Windows.Old is created, due to this way of upgrading bugs may occur that causes instability.
    Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums
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    I installed the newest BIOS, when i was trying to install a clean windows 10, I actually got the kmode exception BSOD while in the beginning of the installation set up.

    I tried several times to even get through the Windows 10 clean installation from Flash drive and it doesnt get through it.

    However, Windows 7 goes through clean with no problem. Could it be that the ASUS Motherboard is just that incompatible with Windows 10 at this time?
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    Dennis I said: View Post
    However, Windows 7 goes through clean with no problem. Could it be that the ASUS Motherboard is just that incompatible with Windows 10 at this time?
    That is certainly possible yes, as I mentioned there are no Windows 10 driver updates for your motherboard.
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