1.    07 Aug 2015 #1
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    System Service Exception on boot.


    Hello,

    I'm getting really frustrated with 10 here. This evening I did a clean install after experiencing other problems. I got 10 installed and up and running fine; let me be clear, as far as I know, everything was working just fine. The first thing I installed was Chrome. No sooner had I got Chrome synced with my Google account, I got a BSOD citing "System_Service_Exception (ks.sys)" and it rebooted. After that, every time it booted back up, within seconds of getting to the login page the same BSOD occurred. I've done some googling and I can't find a report quite like this nor any solution. I'm a big fan of Windows and I do really like 10 when it works, but I'm getting very close to reverting back to 8.1. Please, does anyone have a suggestion or - dare I hope - a solution? I've spent a week fighting bugs and I don't seem to be getting anywhere.

    Thank you!

    Edit: I had also plugged in a USB drive around the same time as installing Chrome but did not access it, if that is relevant.
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  2.    07 Aug 2015 #2
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    10 pro 64 clean install

    That might be it the case the usb drive . Why not just try using it without it and see how it goes . My computer wouldn't start up until I removed the power usb adapter .
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  3.    07 Aug 2015 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by sn00ker View Post
    That might be it the case the usb drive . Why not just try using it without it and see how it goes . My computer wouldn't start up until I removed the power usb adapter .
    That was my first thought, too. I unplugged the drive as soon as it failed to boot up the first time but the problem still continues.
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  4.    07 Aug 2015 #4
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    10 pro 64 clean install

    It's kinda of hard to tell since its a new birth with 10 . I mean you can check the obvious, right ? HHD, Ram or even search and see if others are having the same issues but if 8 was ok, then ?
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