Windows 10: DPC Watchdog BSOD Windows 10 1607

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  1. Posts : 26
    Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit, 1703, build 15063.483.
       12 Nov 2016 #61

    I've been living with this "24Hr Bug" as well since version 1607 was released last July.
    Having found this thread, I used Device Manager to replaced all instances of 'NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller' with the Microsoft Standard Dual Channel IDE Controller.
    Tonight, for the first time since the beginning of August, my system has run for more then 1 day and 15 minutes without crashing!
    Many thanks for the info guys,
    Dave.
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  2. Posts : 132
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1607
    Thread Starter
       12 Nov 2016 #62

    [QUOTE=dgordon42;866601]I've been living with this "24Hr Bug" as well since version 1607 was released last July.
    Having found this thread, I used Device Manager to replaced all instances of 'NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller' with the Microsoft Standard Dual Channel IDE Controller.


    I'm happy its working for you as it is on some of my machines & some it works but getting poor performance on the Dell & 1 of the HP's but works till a fix comes out for this I will just schedule a reboot 1x a day but wish I can auto log into after reboot.
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  3.    12 Nov 2016 #63

    Yeah my affected PC is just a few hours away from 7 days of up time now. Very glad.

    DrSysop said: View Post
    I'm happy its working for you as it is on some of my machines & some it works but getting poor performance on the Dell & 1 of the HP's but works till a fix comes out for this I will just schedule a reboot 1x a day but wish I can auto log into after reboot.
    I actually found a way to auto login to Windows after a restart the same day I found the alternate driver fix, which was typical. I set it up anyway just in case it was needed.

    Sign in User Account Automatically at Windows 10 Startup - Windows 10 Forums

    I used the netplwiz option and it seems to work fine.
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  4.    24 Nov 2016 #64

    Hello, I've also encountered this problem when I updated to 1607, thrice. The first and second time made it to 20+ hours but the last time I tried it blue screens within a min after booting. The worse thing is, it messes up the audio every time and doesn't get better even if I go back to 1511 and reinstall the audio drivers. I got the audio back with mere luck and I couldn't dare to try one more time. But now I have switched the old hdd to a Samsung 850 evo and a hgst hdd so I thought I might get lucky this time. Did you solve this problem? If so how did you do it? Plz help, much obliged. I wouldn't mind using an older version until I've decided to buy the xbox 1s controller and I am told that it only works on 1607.
    DrSysop said: View Post
    I leave my system on all day & night after it idle long time a Blue Screen appears & says DPC WatchDog & shows a scan code to Windows/code site but no info there. & cant find what is causing it only thing since the update i installed google chrome 64 bit & took it out & still does it every 24-36 hours.

    What else cause this? This a fresh upgrade from 1511 to 1607

    Thanks
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  5.    24 Nov 2016 #65

    tulatee said: View Post
    Hello, I've also encountered this problem when I updated to 1607, thrice. The first and second time made it to 20+ hours but the last time I tried it blue screens within a min after booting. The worse thing is, it messes up the audio every time and doesn't get better even if I go back to 1511 and reinstall the audio drivers. I got the audio back with mere luck and I couldn't dare to try one more time. But now I have switched the old hdd to a Samsung 850 evo and a hgst hdd so I thought I might get lucky this time. Did you solve this problem? If so how did you do it? Plz help, much obliged. I wouldn't mind using an older version until I've decided to buy the xbox 1s controller and I am told that it only works on 1607.
    Hey there, you may see from the last handful of posts in this thread that we did find a workaround which prevents the crashing.

    If you go to device manager, then under "Storage Controllers" find any references to NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller.
    Right click on those and update driver, select 'browse for driver' and then 'let me pick'.
    Change the driver to
    Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller.
    Once you've changed all references, restart the PC and you should be good.

    DrSysop did mention he'd noticed a slight negative performance impact on one or more of his PCs after making this change, but not all of his PCs. I didn't notice any change to performance on the PC I changed the driver for and I use the same SSD you've just upgraded to so hopefully you wont either.
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  6.    24 Nov 2016 #66

    Hi, thnx for relying. My pc is a Dell 7557(i5) laptop which I don't know if is the reason I can't find what you said. I have Intel(R) 8 Series Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers and Microsoft Storage Controller under Storage Controllers . I've searched online and all the solutions are the same: change the driver to Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller for the previous, which I tried and it didn't work for my last 2 trials.
    khamseen said: View Post
    Hey there, you may see from the last handful of posts in this thread that we did find a workaround which prevents the crashing.

    If you go to device manager, then under "Storage Controllers" find any references to NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller.
    Right click on those and update driver, select 'browse for driver' and then 'let me pick'.
    Change the driver to
    Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller.
    Once you've changed all references, restart the PC and you should be good.

    DrSysop did mention he'd noticed a slight negative performance impact on one or more of his PCs after making this change, but not all of his PCs. I didn't notice any change to performance on the PC I changed the driver for and I use the same SSD you've just upgraded to so hopefully you wont either.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1607
    Thread Starter
       24 Nov 2016 #67

    tulatee said: View Post
    Hi, thnx for relying. My pc is a Dell 7557(i5) laptop which I don't know if is the reason I can't find what you said. I have Intel(R) 8 Series Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers and Microsoft Storage Controller under Storage Controllers . I've searched online and all the solutions are the same: change the driver to Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller for the previous, which I tried and it didn't work for my last 2 trials.
    Yes, I noticed decreased in speed on my PC's with 7200 rpm drives, But the others with 5400 rpm seems fine.
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  8.    07 Jan 2017 #68

    Hello,
    also signed up, because this is the exact issue i have since the last few days.
    But when trying to replace the NVidia Sata Controllers with the Standard Dual Channel controllers my desktop won't find the Boot device on startup and crashes.
    So i had to change them back again.
    Is there still no official solution for this?

    grisu
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  9.    07 Jan 2017 #69

    Hello and happy new year!
    I guess, maybe, just maybe, all the updates and patches of 1607 up until now have fixed the problem and if you can find a way to keep it running long enough to update to the newest version or simply download the newest pack that doesn't need additional updating, it would probably do. Good luck!
    grisu said: View Post
    Hello,
    also signed up, because this is the exact issue i have since the last few days.
    But when trying to replace the NVidia Sata Controllers with the Standard Dual Channel controllers my desktop won't find the Boot device on startup and crashes.
    So i had to change them back again.
    Is there still no official solution for this?

    grisu
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  10.    19 Jan 2017 #70

    I, like grisu, tried the fix but, upon reboot, ended up with desktop not finding the Boot device on startup and going in a merry circle of Windows Defender running, then rebooting to no Boot device, over and over.
    grisu was able to figure out a way to undo replacing the NVidia Sata Controllers with the Standard Dual Channel controllers but I can't figure out a way to do it since my Windows 10 won't boot. Can anyone help me reverse what I have done?
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