Windows 10: DPC Watchdog BSOD Windows 10 1607

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  1.    26 Sep 2016 #21

    Perform a back up first!
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  2.    26 Sep 2016 #22

    I didn't mention in the screen shot post to, select search your computer for software (1st Pic), then pick list of device drivers from my computer (2nd Pic). Hope all goes well for you.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1607
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       26 Sep 2016 #23

    Chris635 said: View Post
    Okay. Back in device manager go to IDE ADA/ATAPI Controllers and update those drivers. It will uninstall the nforce drivers under storage controllers and install the correct drivers. Do this for each one under IDE ADA/ATAPI Controllers. Then rename the nvstor drivers to .bak. Check the screen shots below.
    Ok i did the first part no update found here is some pictures



    should i rename files before or after all this?
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    Last edited by DrSysop; 27 Sep 2016 at 18:47.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1607
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       26 Sep 2016 #24

    UPDATE: Ok i got it to work manually install have disk option on the nvidia nforce i saw 2013 driver version & updated it & rename the files before I updated it & well see now if it works as the IDE part i did also but same driver ok let see what happens
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       26 Sep 2016 #25

    OK Another Update: FAILED! When I rebooted PC went right to blue screen asking for nvstor64.sys. I had to use my new installed win 10 & slave the drive & rename that .bak to sys & all good. I noticed on clean install there is no nvstor64,sys only nvstor.sys. Is this in a boot file i need to edit? Now before I did this earler I uninstalled the drivers & it asked me to reboot & i did then blue screen came asking for that file so I need to find a newer than 2009 nvsto64.sys. As I noticed its a 64 bit in windows\system32\drivers folder. I checked the Syswow 64 folder on both & nothing. This is all new since the Anniversary update & was fine on 1511. My son accidently used disk clean up & deleted the uninstall back to 1511. I was wondering if I got a copy of that on cd & installed it as upgrade if it will work & just need to get the 1511 if its still available.
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  6.    26 Sep 2016 #26

    Since I updated through IDE ATA/ATAPI it uninstalled nforce drivers from storage controllers. You should have had nvstor and nvstor64 in the drivers folder though, because you have 64 bit windows, but it would not have been used because of the driver update through IDE ATA/ATAPI.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1607
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       26 Sep 2016 #27

    ok so uninstall the nforce & Microsoft storage & then update auto ide part?
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  8.    26 Sep 2016 #28

    Just update IDE part. It then should by itself uninstall nforce from driver storage. Microsoft storage will remain.
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       26 Sep 2016 #29

    Chris635 said: View Post
    Just update IDE part. It then should by itself uninstall nforce from driver storage. Microsoft storage will remain.
    Ok, I did this uninstalled all IDE then right clicked it & scan for hardware changes & it reinstall again. Now the nForce date in driver details says 9-23-13 version 10.6.0.23 date but the old nvstor64.sys date of 2009 is there in drivers directory but not show in nForce driver details now still so let see if this fixed it.
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  10.    27 Sep 2016 #30

    That's great! Good luck and hopefully all will continue to be well.
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