Windows 10: Show Your Reliability History
Flat lined at plus 10 for
It's now very easy to flatline in Windows 10:
Return from the dead:
Anniversary update sailing smoothly:
Glad to find this thread: now I don't feel so bad. Only the machines I don't use much don't look like this:
After updating to the latest KB3197356, my Surface won't ever wake up from sleep thus restarting with a Memory dump file. Well done screwing up my SP3 M$:
I'm a little annoyed with lots of errors in event viewer but above all of them, my major problems are with sound issues and malfunction of my DVB-T dongle (which is hear: IT9135 BDA DVB-T dongle stopped working after some windows updates ) after windows 10 anniversary update. In reliability history most of the critical events is for Microsoft.Zunemusic crashes which I think is related to the groove music and also windowsShellexperince crashes.
I rarely get the shell experience crashes, but if the app didn't close properly or if windows explorer isn't responding that error shows up.
Show Your Reliability History
Terrible performance here!
EDIT: upgraded from Windows 8.1 Pro
Last edited by M4v3r1ck; 22 Oct 2016 at 15:04.
Its in Spanish but the system has been rock solid.
Looking good OldMX! Clean install?
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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.
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