Windows 10: All New Build- Lots of BSOD ax88x-pro Asus
I did have Norton on my system once. I ran the recommended Norton removal tool.
I am using Al Suite 3 to monitor.
Have yet to uninstall again and go to HP.
Citrix was for go to meeting for work. They gave me a link.
Those are much better temps than you were getting from Speccy. I think what you are seeing now is pretty accurate. About what it should be.
I'm having troubles locating those drivers from HP.
Can you give me the exact HP model number for your computer. I will try to find them for you. Many HP's I have looked up doesn't have them unless it came with Windows 10 installed on it. They just depend on Microsoft to provide the drivers for it. But, HP and most of the OEM's build their computers to where it requires a special driver to work right. Most of the drivers are manipulated.
Have you done any customization of the OS? Have you changed the virtual memory or something else?
If it gets down to it are you willing to do a clean install?
All of your error reports name memory corruption. You have run memtest which should have picked up any errors whether it is the ram or the motherboard dimm slots. If we can't find a hardware or driver at fault, the only solution I know to try is a clean install. I'm not ready to try that yet, just asking for the future.
Also, can you give me the exact CPU you have installed?
SalemCBR, I have sent you to the wrong place. I apologize. Please go to Asus site for your Motherboard. You can download all the drivers there. Please make sure this is your Motherboard and the Windows 10 drivers should be there. https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/A8...Desk_Download/
I purchased each part separately, not as an HP build.
No customization or virtual memory changes.
I had these BSOD's pretty much right away after installing windows.
Willing to do a clean install of windows. I wouldn't be upset about wiping the SSD (where windows is). The 2tb hard drive has some footage on it I either need to edit or transfer. Initially there was a windows install on that drive, then it was wiped and the SSD was installed and used for windows. Don't know if that matters.
CPU: AMD FM2+ A10 7700K APU Quad Core @ 3.4Ghz APU DX12 Ready DX12 Ready CPU Processor with Integrated Graphics
Yes, I apologize for thinking you had an HP. I'm not sure how I got that in my head. Your system specs, which I've looked at a dozen time at least, show all retail parts. My bad.
Did you do the build? Are you certain everything was put together correctly? Sometimes the smallest error can cause great problems.
Please use the Asus site and install the Realtek Lan driver, Chipset driver and sata driver. There are more than 1 of each, go by the date and install the most recent one. See if that improves anything. You should be able to uninstall the current graphics driver.
I have tried many options and at this point purchased a external hard drive and transfered what I need there.
Anything I should make sure to do or not do to wipe and reinstall windows 10?
Still have been getting annoyingly too much bsod.
Here is a tutorial on installing Windows 10 and there is a video with it. https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
Before you do it, please disconnect all USB Devices except Mouse and Keyboard. Disconnect all hard drives except the one you want Windows installed on. When you get to the screen that says where do you want to install Windows, you should show only 1 hard drive. Use the advanced options just below the window. Highlight each partition and click the delete icon to delete that partition. Do each partition, one at a time, for every partition on the drive until the whole drive shows as unallocated, just like you will see in the video. Once it shows as unallocated click the 'New' selection. You will get a notice that windows is going to create partitions. Click yes, that is what you want. Once that is done, click next and the install will begin. That sounds like a lot, but it is very simple and very quick. Probably less than 2 minutes. Doing it that way, all the data on your current install will be deleted and Windows will create the partitions it needs.
You can download an ISO file for the latest build from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft.../windows10ISO/ Be sure you select the version and bitness of your current install. For example If you have Windows 10 Pro X64 now, be sure to select the X64 download. Also make sure your current install is activated now before you start, it should say it is activated with a Digital License.
Use that ISO to create a USB installation media. When you are ready, boot into the thumb drive to begin the install. Before you start, please post a screenshot of Disk management so I will see what you have and will be able to answer any questions that may come up.
This will tell you how to do it. I just want to see what type of install and what Partition structure you have now. Disk Management - How to Post a Screenshot of Any questions you have, I will be happy to try to answer for you.
For the last few days I have been getting lots of BSOD errors, seem to happen very frequently (often just minutes apart) when running utorrent.
Dump file attached.
Any help much appreciated.
Why do they do this?
I recently did the update of my W10x64 pro to version 1511 build 10586, and now I am discovering all kinds of annoying changes of my settings. In no particular order:
* Caps Lock disable entry in registry was removed
i have multiple bsods a day and its really starting to tick me off please help 46713
hello, i am new here.
i recently bought a new configuration.
i started with installing win 8.1 since i had a license then upgraded to win 10.
the bsods started in win 8.1 and keep going even now, while playing skyrim, even heartstone. i also get...