Windows 10: CRITICAL STRUCTURE CORRUPTION BSOD on newly bought system
CRITICAL STRUCTURE CORRUPTION BSOD on newly bought system
I recently bought a new Desktop system and installed windows 10 on it.
After about 30 minutes to 1 hour of using the system, I experience the CRITICAL STRUCTURE CORRUPTION blue screen error. I tried all the combinations of different hardware, took out all the components and ran the bare minimum components and still encounter the blue screen error. Did all the suggestions I can find on google and still no solution.
So i tried installed Windows 8.1 with the same hardware and it ran perfectly fine. No blue screen error at all!
So the culprit I am suspecting now is Windows 10 causing the problem.
Appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.
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I suspect that some drivers have caused the crash
Please update following drivers
Driver Reference Table - PcaSp60.sys
Driver Reference Table - dvdfabio.sys
Driver Reference Table - vdrive.sys
I would suggest to remove ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 6, it isn't supported anymore since September 2014.
thanks for the suggestion. i will remove and report back. thank you.
Hi, i have since removed Arcsoft TotalMedia Theatre 6 and used other software to run my Bluray. And I am happy to realized that I haven't experience the BSOD any more. So thanks! i have managed to solve my problem.
Glad to hear that
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