Windows 10: No more BSODs? New trend?
No more BSODs? New trend?
So I think I got my first Win 10 BSOD. I upgraded about two weeks ago.
Only instead of the blue screen we've all grown to hate, I got this warm-and-fuzzy message with a sad-face and just the name of the exception. No more endless string of codes.
Is this a new trend from Microsoft? How are we supposed to diagnose the cause?
Are we going to get a new acronym to replace BSOD? Are young people going to wonder just what was a BSOD?
So quite recently, I encountered the "unexpected_store_exception" bsod. After poking for a bit, it seemed that it was just a random thing to happen. I shake it off and continued with my daily things.
Soon enough, I'm starting to get bsods and...
I've been getting blue screens about once or twice a day since I've built my computer. So far I've got:
system service exception(win32kfull)
faulty hardware corrupted page
Faulty hardware no equal page
bad memory management (or something...
My system crashes frequently.
For example during an encode of Premiere Pro. Or sometimes the screens are just blacked out, only can be resolved with a hard reset.
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Think I'm going to give Trend Micro a try is it a good buy as I've never used it before it does look good and they say it works on all my devices which is great news.