Windows 10: Computer BSOD, happens mostly while browsing or watching videos
Computer BSOD, happens mostly while browsing or watching videos
So, my computer is new, built within the last month. Last couple weeks, have been getting a few BSOD. Updated some drivers, but it keeps happening. Not sure what is going on.
Are you trying to connect and xbox controller to your PC?
Probably caused by : dc1-controller.sys
Yes, my keyboard, which is a gskill, has a usb port that I have plugged my Xbox One Elite controller into. I use the mic function on the controller to talk over steam. Should I uninstall the driver for the controller?
Yes uninstall the driver.
Ok. Quick question before I do so. Since it is a .sys file, if it is uninstalled, it will not cause issues with the operating system, will it?
I've personally never used the program to be able to run the xbox controller. Is this program a native microsoft program? Or 3rd-party?
Sorry for the late reply.
BSOD Crash Analyst
If the system tries to load it, because you have the Xbox controller connected, there is still a chance the system crashes as the driver is missing (or it'll be reinstalled).
It is better to first try to update or reinstall the drivers before removal IMO.
I get a blue screen many times per day with the text SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (NETIO.SYS) and a sad smiley. It happens when I watch Netflix and Youtube and also when I play games on Steam. :cry:
The Log collector is attached.
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