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  1. Posts : 24
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       #21

    Thanks. Per my earlier post, when I originally did the Driver Integrity thing I got a KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error, a reboot, another of the same error, a reboot, a "Windows couldn't load correctly" and then a Restore to Previous version.
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  2. axe0's Avatar
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       #22

    Does it restore automatically or do you choose to restore?
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  3. Posts : 24
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       #23

    Well when I tried it, I neglected to do a restore point and thus didn't get a choice.

    I'll try it again and see what happens. But will pay attention and create another restore point first.
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  4. axe0's Avatar
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       #24

    Please try to disable driver verifier first, a system restore is more like a plan B :)
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  5. Posts : 24
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       #25

    Same thing as per my previous attempt.

    kmode_exception_not_handled

    And this time I turned verifier off, once at the command line, the other in the gui. To no avail. Windows couldn't load correctly. Had to revert to my restore point.
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  6. Posts : 24
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       #26

    So what I'm trying now, fire up autoruns, start disabling non-MS drivers. Wait.
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  7. Posts : 24
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       #27

    BSOD.
    Uninstalled avast.
    BSOD.
    More drivers and startups to disable...
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  8. Posts : 24
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       #28

    All non-MS device drivers have been turned off, except for Intel & Gigabyte (motherboard) ones.
    BSOD.
    Turned off every autorun prog except for .
    BSOD.
    Turned off all remaining services & drivers (except, again, Intel & Gigabyte).
    BSOD.

    Can't think of anything else to disable at this point.
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  9. bgc
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       #29

    Hi zdub, question for you, how did you manage to convert your install.esd to a .wim file? Is there a particular command for that to use in the command prompt?

    I've been researching this all day and can't quite figure it out, but I'm fairly certain I can only fix the error 0x800f081f if I have the .wim file, which is no longer obtainable at TechBench as you said.

    Cheers
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       #30

    bgc said:
    Hi zdub, question for you, how did you manage to convert your install.esd to a .wim file? Is there a particular command for that to use in the command prompt?

    I've been researching this all day and can't quite figure it out, but I'm fairly certain I can only fix the error 0x800f081f if I have the .wim file, which is no longer obtainable at TechBench as you said.

    Cheers
    Please do not put up a different subject in this thread, it will become confusing!
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