Windows 10: Reliability History Hardware Error Unknown Cause
Crimson was supposed to replace Catalyst. There is some garbage crapware that AMD forces to be installed. You just have to go into Programs and Features to remove that junk.
Many thanks for that. I started a new thread in it here when it happened and setting the Memory clock down a few notches and gradually going back up to the original setting seems to have worked. I can't see how it could have been over clocked as I never set it higher than its stock settings and when I did boot it up when it happened, my PC had been off for around 9 hours.
My card is an HD7700 and once again on booting-up today there was no Hardware Error shown in the Reliability Monitor. I don't use the computer for games. I agree that there is far too many unwanted items included when downloading any AMD update and I didn't find this problem when using an Nvidia Card in an earlier PC but then lots of programs have to be carefully watched now.
Did you try removing the updated stuff and just install the most current from the laptop mfg. Support website. What laptop do you have? If your APU/CPU/GPU is an AMD, then the Intel should not be active unless you connect to something. Sounds to me that you got hit with a buggy driver update from AMD.
Now there are some of the higher end laptops that you can swap out the GPU card.
I have a desktop but when I noticed I had no more issues at its normal clock i installed the latest driver and, touch wood, had no issues yet. I never used my Intel graphics
Just got this again as i booted up. No BSOD or anything. Just noticed at the time i started my PC in Reliability History:
Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
Parameter 1: 9
Parameter 2: 300
Parameter 3: 590
Parameter 4: 600000005
OS version: 10_0_14393
Service Pack: 0_0
OS Version: 10.0.143220.127.116.11.256.48
Locale ID: 2057
Edit: It seems like this is a widespread issue caused by November updates:
A problem with your hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly. - Microsoft Community
Correct. People are disabling that or even rolling back to Windows 7 because of the disaster that Microsoft has made of Windows 10. I forsee a lot of people abandoning Windows 10 by the time that Microsoft rolls out "Let's make everyone a graphic designer" version of Windows 10. The only good thing about Redstone 2 is that they are making Defender caught up to more modern Anti-Malware programs.
Apologies but disabling what?
Check my previous post about using Nirsoft BlueScreenView to check any dumps in the WATCHDOG folder. It can tell you what is failing.
Thank you I have looked and there is nothing. I think it's a false positive as it seems a lot of people are getting it. My dad is getting the same errors on his AIO PC all between same intervals too
Here's mine after clean install: I had to clean install due to stability issues after upgrading from 8.1. In the process I loat Windows DVD player app.
Windows explorer keeps crashing when a new app or programs are installed.
I noted a message in reliability history this morning about svchost.exe having stopped working. First time I've ever seen that message. At the time I was signing in and out of our many family user accounts updating apps, it probably co incidee with...
I've used gpedit to allow manual control of updates and manually download and install updates when available, and I set "Notifiy to download" option. That gave me control similar to what I had with Win7. Or so I thought. But the Reliability...
When I go to control panel > Security and Maint. > Maint. > View reliability history
nothing happens, and control panel closes.
This happened in the last build also.