Windows 10: BSOD Windows 10


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 PRO 64
       17 Sep 2016 #1

    BSOD Windows 10


    Since the upgrade to Windows 10 I have been getting BSOD at least once a day (but not at first, only after Windows Update had updated several times) with these BSOD ERRORS:
    Clock_Watchdog_Timeout
    System_Service_Exception (NETIOSYS)
    System_Thread_Exception NOT HANDLED

    I know that the problem is probably out-dated drivers. I have already check for driver updates and have been told that no drivers are available or will be made available. Just as Dell says there will be no BIOS updates for Windows 10.

    Since I really didn't have the option of declining Windows 10 it just updated Windows by itself. Anyway I have included the requested dumps.

    Thanks for your help or insights to Windows 10 and its BSODs,

    Neal
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  2. Posts : 11,533
    Windows 10 Pro
       18 Sep 2016 #2

    Please uninstall following programs and revert back the changes they've made using a restore point or a backup.
    Code:
    Start Menu\Programs\PC Tune-Up	Public:Start Menu\Programs\PC Tune-Up	Public
    Start Menu\Programs\System Mechanic Professional	Public:Start Menu\Programs\System Mechanic Professional	Public
    Start Menu\Programs\DriverEasy	Public:Start Menu\Programs\DriverEasy	Public
      My ComputersSystem Spec


  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 PRO 64
    Thread Starter
       18 Sep 2016 #3

    axe0 said: View Post
    Please uninstall following programs and revert back the changes they've made using a restore point or a backup.
    Code:
    Start Menu\Programs\PC Tune-Up    Public:Start Menu\Programs\PC Tune-Up    Public
    Start Menu\Programs\System Mechanic Professional    Public:Start Menu\Programs\System Mechanic Professional    Public
    Start Menu\Programs\DriverEasy    Public:Start Menu\Programs\DriverEasy    Public

    First question: WHY?
    Second question: If I uninstall these I will not be able to undo any changes they made. WHAT THEN?
    Third question: Cannot use a restore point, do not believe I have a restore point back far enough. WHAT THEN?
    Fourth question: Why did Windows 10 upgrade itself, since apparently my system is not compatible with Windows 10?
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  4. Posts : 11,533
    Windows 10 Pro
       19 Sep 2016 #4

    1. Programs like 'drivereasy' install drivers that are very improper and can cause various of problems like system freezes, performance issues and BSODs. AVG PC Tune-Up is known for causing unbootable systems, stuff installed with AVG besides the AV itself are known for being improper as they've caused many problems in the past. System Mechanic is a scam program, all the functionality it offers cannot be done with a single program, because there is no such thing as an all-in-one program.
    Examples of why System Mechanic (Pro) is scam
    ENHANCED Registry Tuner
    Defrags, compacts, optimizes and backs up system registry.
    The registry doesn't need defragmentation or optimization, defragmentation is practically impossible due to the way how the registry works. Optimization wouldn't gain anything in regards to performance or storage
    ENHANCED NetBooster™
    Speeds up Internet, videos, downloads and games.
    To speed up the internet and downloads hardware changes are usually required.
    Gaming performance cannot be improved by such programs, they can be improved by updating the drivers of the GPU or getting a new GPU.
    Why would a video need a boost?
    Memory Mechanic™
    Reclaims wasted RAM in real time.
    This goes into some technical knowledge to understand it, basically whenever you exit a program it should release the memory by itself, else a memory leak occurs meaning that the program has a bug. Such a bug is temporary resolved with a reboot, temporary because as soon as you open and close the program it happens again.

    I can keep going about the 'features', but I think you get it

    2. Not true, I mentioned a system restore or another backup. They can be used.

    3. A clean install is the best next move

    4. If you haven't checked 'Defer upgrades' in the Windows Update advanced settings and changed 'Choose how updates are installed' to 'Notify to schedule restart' all updates/upgrades are installed as soon as they reach your system where a reboot also occurs whenever required.
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