Windows 10 is Buggy


  1. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    Windows 10 is Buggy


    So i Reinstalled Windows 10 Pro and Sometimes when i open my PC after my Motherboard Logo it gave me
    A Required Device isn't connected or cant be accessed error 0x000000e so i just pressed the AVR in Computer then it fixed it and sometimes it gave that error again and i fixed it and one day i after i boot my PC i got black screen without cursor and then i restarted 3 or more times and then when i after boot i played normally until tomorrow i opened again my PC after Browsing it Freeze and i pressed the restart button and then it gave another A Required Device isn't connected or cant be accessed error 0x000000e and i restarted more than 5 times i think and boot and after that it gave black screen after boot without Cursor again i cant use the disk because my disk player cant read i don't know why but i'm only Using PC to play Games and browsing and researching but i ended up fixing every day (even i'm only 13 yrs old) and there's extra problem the Service Diagnostics Tracking Service is Consuming A lot of RAM and Causes Freezing and Auto Reboot but i disabled it but i don't know why is that happening okay

    So My Windows 10 Version is 10.0 (Build 10240) (I Just Disabled Windows Update Service because i'm paranoid about automatic repair loop that happens to me last time so i end up reinstalling windows 10 without backup)

    P.S Sorry Guys if you cant understand me because i'm too scared to start a thread but i have no choice
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  2. DeaconFrost's Avatar
    Posts : 1,366
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #2

    I'm not fully understanding what's going on here, but it sounds like you need to install the proper driver for the hardware device.

    You also are only asking for trouble if you disable the Windows Update service. Windows Update may even be able to find the driver for you that you are missing.

    PS> If Windows 10 was buggy, everyone would be experiencing issues. Good for you to be in to computers at the young age of 13. This may be a good time for you to back up your data and perform a clean install.
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  3. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Okay im Gonna Perform a Full Clean Install in Windows 10 Tomorrow But im Going to sleep thx for solution
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  4. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Okay I use my Dad's PC to copy windows 10 DVD Contents to Flash drive and I backup my save to another Hard Drive and after Installation I only installed Nvidia Drivers and I ran a Update No freezing so far
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  5. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Ok While i'm waiting to update to version 1511 i was playing Watch Dogs and After that the PC just Freeze and BSOD with UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION and after it collected the information it restarted the PC and then after i open a browser it freeze then CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED BSOD and Stuck at 0% at Collecting information so i pressed the reset button
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  6. DeaconFrost's Avatar
    Posts : 1,366
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #6

    It is generally not a good idea to be using a computer while a major update is applying, but I don't think that caused the issue. Unless you find something specific about those two error messages, you should start checking out your hardware. I'd start with the memory, first. Use a program called Memtest to make a bootable USB or disc, and let it run for a few hours at the very least.

    MemTest86 - Offical Site of the x86 Memory Testing Tool
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  7. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #7

    I think the problem is fix by cleaning the PC because I try to install windows 7 and BSOD still there and my dad opened the case and remove RAM,CPU and Video card and I clean the RAM and video card while my dad cleaned ram slot, video card slot and reapplying thermal paste thanks DeaconFrost
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  8. linw's Avatar
    Posts : 1,934
    win 10 Insider
       #8

    You're doing well, Alvindale.

    It does seem like it could be a hardware error so I would also be checking the hard disk for errors. It could be attached to your father's PC and you could install HD Tune then run the disk check. There is a quick check so you could try that but if it comes clear the long check should be done. This takes a while!

    But, as they say, there's is nothing as hard as fixing a software error that is caused by hardware!

    Good luck.
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