BSOD's right after startup as a result of improperly using verifier?


  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 10
       #1

    BSOD's right after startup as a result of improperly using verifier?


    Okay, the following is partially my mistake, yet all methods of fixing the following did not help:

    Going back a few weeks, my computer started to land BSOD's fairly frequenstly, about once a day, error code either ATTEMPTED_SWITCH_FROM_DPC, or the normal overload bsod (can't remember the name, the one which is most common). Today i looked for a fix, and found a thread suggesting to run verifier. I did so, but i ran it in recommended settings. After experiencing BSOD's every time it rebooted, i tried to remove the verifier. Running cmd as administrator worked, i removed the verifier (verifier /reset), and restarded (well it BSOD'd shortly after so it kinda stole my job). Long story short it didn't fix it. Next attempt was running cmd in startup, did the verifier /start(something) resetonbootfailure (not sure how exactly it went) which also didn't fix it. Last attempt was to change startup settings (7), but that was also to no success.. All crashes were always the same, not DPC but the other one. Basically if i run my pc it will crash within 15 seconds of being on the desktop.

    Some things to note:
    - I have an SSD
    - I have installed Windows 10 about a month ago
    - I also have an external harddrive aswell as an HDD.
    - Never experienced a single BSOD in windows 7, so this is already annoying :/
    - I have not tried to completely restore anything because i'm not sure what to restore.
    - My PC isn't all that old, maybe 1.5-2 years, and is in pretty good shape so i can't really blame it on him
    Help is really appreciated, i'd love to get it running again. Kind regards, Henni

    PS: I can't install the exe you want me to for obvious reasons, as i wouldn't be able to be fast enough...

    --- EDIT : My dad and i were able to fix it by going into safe mode, deinstalling the graphics card drivers, going into CMD with verifier /reset and then shutdown /s /t 0. ---
    Last edited by Henni; 07 Apr 2017 at 04:28. Reason: Fixed
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 5
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #2

    The crash i'm now experiencing is SYSTEM_THREAD_NOT_HANDLED
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 13,959
    Windows 10 Pro X64 21H1 19043.1503
       #3

    Please read and follow the instructions here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions
      My Computers


 

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