Windows 10: Receiving various BSOD errors on Windows 10.

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  1.    12 Mar 2016 #11

    1) I enabled the verifier and could not get to windows because it crashed too soon. The message are: DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION (intelpcc.sys).

    2) I tried to disable/uninstall it in safe mode, and restart, system still crashed: DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION (stdcfltn.sys).

    3) I decided to disable the verifier and start windows normally, the intelpcc appear again in device manager.

    That is my story so far, hope this helps.
    About the memory dump, do my dump files I upload earlier give enough information? I have changed the dump to kernel mode so next time it crashed, I will upload it (though it consumed lots of space).
    I really hope we can solve the problem with the software because I really don't have time to go for hardware change right now and it will bring a lot of troubles. Of course I will go if it is the only option left.

    Thank you,
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       12 Mar 2016 #12

    I honestly haven't analysed the dumps, because when I looked at the logs I saw quite a few crashes that can be called 'hardware crashes' like the machine_check_exception in your pics (post 1).
    The other crashes have different probable causes, this can occur when there are hardware problems.

    Depending on what I find in the dumps I may be able to give you other suggestions (updating drivers and removing software etc.), but this may lead to an infinity time of troubleshooting because hardware problems may cause various of problems what could make it look like no hardware problems.
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  3.    13 Mar 2016 #13

    Thanks for your words, if the problem really due to pool corruption, does reset/repair windows will fix it?
    Here are my newest dump files, if you have time please have a look at it.
    Attachment 69164
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  4. axe0's Avatar
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       13 Mar 2016 #14

    You have many different crashes, many different crashes usually relates to hardware problems.

    Pool corruption is usually due to drivers, but catching drivers could cause to go in a loop of troubleshooting (my previous post explains why)

    Do you have warranty?
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  5.    13 Mar 2016 #15

    Yes I am still in warranty time, but for me right now, its quite hard (if not impossible) to go for a check cause I am in cycle of works and don't have time to do it.
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