Windows 10: Unexpected_kernel_mode_trap
I would hope uninstalling Logitech Gaming Software would do that for you.I normally use Revo Uninstaller Pro to uninstall software as it does a good job of cleaning up the leftover stuf. To late now though.
ok no more bsod now , but now sometimes :
1) after go in sleep mode , no wake up just black screen , and the only way is power off from button
2) totally freeze with cursor freezed and the only way is power off from button.
this random without any bsod or error in the log event
Try running Driver Verifier again, see if it shows any other problem.
You could also stop using sleep. Instead use Screen Saver to turn off the display and hard drive after a set time.
WmBEnum.sys is in driver selection of driver verifier ... so is loader i think
removed from device management flaging show hided device ... so ok
i restored my system to have a clean system , no more bsod bus still randomly totally freeze without any error
You should have an onboard VGA connector with your system board. Remove the AMD Radeon (TM) R9 380 Series video card and use the onboard device for a while just to see if the problem goes away. If yes then replace the AMD Radeon card.
ok after some test i removed my radeon , and with intel hd graphics no freeze at all , gived back to amazon for refund.
waiting for refund and wait for first rx480 custom coming to the market ....
Just still one problem :
Current saving option :
Screensave :2 minutes
Turn off display : 5 Minutes
put the computer to sleep : never.
When im away from pc and my pc is on for downlading stuff , i power off my monitor...
when i come back, i power on monitor , but can't wake up pc , bloc num is freezed , everithing freezed ..
Do you have Fast Startup enabled or disabled? Disable it.
See here: How to Turn On or Off Fast Startup in Windows 10
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