Windows 10: CBS log reporting error with "msdelta.dll" that sfc /scannow can't fix Solved

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       19 May 2016 #11

    axe0 said: View Post
    They are generally nothing to worry about, especially the mptelemetry onces.
    Thanks once again, axe0. That's a relief to hear (read?).
    I will update this thread next Monday (Sunday evening PST).
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  2. Posts : 34
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    Thread Starter
       20 May 2016 #12

    I just got a BSOD (and it's a familiar one). I wasn't able to write it all down before the PC restarted, but this is what I got:

    D:\Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt
    System Thread Exception atikm...
    Attachment 80767

    What's weird is that that BSOD error claims Windows is on the D drive.
    Windows is, without a doubt, installed on the C drive and always has been.
    Attachment 80774

    I have an SSD as the C drive and an HDD as the D drive.
    (For good measure, I double-checked D: and no "Windows" folders exist.)

    Maybe this all got messed up when I accidentally pressed the big fat "Intel Rapid Storage technology" button on the main screen in the BIOS after the Windows Reset. It hung up in the BIOS after that, and I pushed the reset button.

    Before encountering this error I had done the following:
    - Uninstalled gpu driver (because Doom wasn't detecting higher resolutions) and restarted
    - Changed primary display to i-gpu in bios
    (Had to do this to get to desktop to install the driver.)
    - Installed latest crimson driver 16.5.2.1 and reconnected DVI to gpu
    - Reset PC
    - Launched Steam, uninstalled Doom, re-downloaded Doom and started surfing the web in the interim
    30 minutes later, with Doom at 80%, I got the BSOD with the aforementioned error.

    I opened up "update and security" and this is what it shows (crimson's running in the background so I brought it up to show the latest driver version):
    Attachment 80773
    Last edited by HansW; 21 May 2016 at 02:32. Reason: Tried to fix the formatting.
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  3. Posts : 34
    Windows 10 64-bit (Home)
    Thread Starter
       21 May 2016 #13

    I looked around for ways to get Windows to find to recognize it was installed on the proper drive, but had no luck.
    So, I completely formatted the C: drive (where windows was installed) and reinstalled Windows fresh like.
    I will mark this as Solved.

    I sincerely appreciate everyone taking the time to help me out!
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