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    ------------------------Drive: C: ...

    ------------------------Drive: C:
    FreeSpace:16.5 GB
    TotalSpace:121.5 GB
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Model: M4-CT128M4SSD2

    Free up some space on drive c:

    Use Treesize Free to locate unneeded...
  2. Thread: BSOD when running UserBenchmark by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 18 Views 2,292

    The Google link you provided in post #1 gives me...

    The Google link you provided in post #1 gives me an "access denied" message.

    Please ATTACH the zip file to your next post.
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    What about using windows system restore to...

    What about using windows system restore to uninstall the updates?

    You should be able to do this from recovery - try typing rstrui​
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    for info - that is your nvidia video driver. i...

    for info - that is your nvidia video driver.

    i don't know what event viewer id 13 is off-hand.

    did the messages have a red icon to the left and say "error"?

    I would get your son his own...
  5. Thread: BSOD Frustration by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 38 Views 3,769

    but what if slots 2, 3, or 4 are the problem?...

    but what if slots 2, 3, or 4 are the problem?
    each stick of ram should be tested in each slot - 1 by 1.
    make sure that your ssd firmware is updated.
    lack of updated SSD firmware can cause bsods -...
  6. Replies 9 Views 6,079

    That is great news! Be sure to check for SSD...

    That is great news!

    Be sure to check for SSD firmware updates. Lack of can cause BSODs.
  7. Thread: Crash Error 0x8000400000000002 Randomly Ocurring by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 1 Views 2,734

    The above tells me that the bugcheck was 0x0...

    The above tells me that the bugcheck was 0x0 (0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0) - meaning that the system could not or did not have enough time to figure out the bugcheck on your BSOD.

    This plus the fact that...
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    Has the system with the SATA HDD been stable so...

    Has the system with the SATA HDD been stable so far?
  9. Replies 29 Views 4,690

    How old is your new system? As much as it...

    How old is your new system?

    As much as it would be nice to solve this, if you have the chance to exchange it for a new system, I would do so.
  10. Replies 9 Views 6,079

    I am not a hardware expert at all. My hardware...

    I am not a hardware expert at all. My hardware experience over the last few decades - install a stick of RAM and replace an HDD.

    But I have never heard of someone not being able to update firmware...
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    I wish that I had a definite answer to that...

    I wish that I had a definite answer to that question for you, but all that I can offer you is a theory based on processing crash dumps for 30 years now.

    What could be happening is that after you...
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    SSD and/or HDD may be failing. "critical process...

    SSD and/or HDD may be failing. "critical process died" usually indicates that there is a problem with a hard drive.

    On HDD, run SeaTools for DOS, LONG test -
    Info if needed - SeaTools for DOS...
  13. Thread: Windows Insider BSOD 0cx000021a by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 1,496

    you should be able to boot into recovery and...

    you should be able to boot into recovery and select windows system restore. is there any such option?

    as for your error codes -

    0xc000021a - an error has occurred in a crucial user-mode...
  14. Thread: PC stuck on BSOD screen "critical process died" by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 2 Views 1,864

    "critical process died" is often related to a...

    "critical process died" is often related to a failing hard drive.

    run seatools for dos, long test - https://www.seagate.com/support/kb/seatools-for-dos-tutorial-201271en/
  15. Thread: Windows Insider BSOD 0cx000021a by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 1,496

    boot into recovery and try to run windows system...

    boot into recovery and try to run windows system restore.

    try to select the most recent restore point if possible. if no choice, select whatever restore point is available.
  16. Thread: BSOD's caused by ntoskrnl.exe by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 45 Views 49,730

    all 3 dumps had the same bugcheck - 0xef A...

    all 3 dumps had the same bugcheck - 0xef

    A process critical to Windows suddenly and unexpectantly died.

    my experience with 0xef and 0xf4 (a process or thread crucial to system operation has...
  17. Thread: Plagued by blue screens during normal use by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 1,897

    Where are the dump files? If using CCleaner or...

    Where are the dump files?

    If using CCleaner or other app, please un-check box to "delete kernel memory dumps".

    As the others have said, given the sheer number and degree of varying bugchecks,...
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    when you have this many bugchecks, you are...

    when you have this many bugchecks, you are dealing with unknown hardware issues. this is not a driver problem.
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    2017 Cadillac XTS 210844 210849 ...

    2017 Cadillac XTS

    210844 210849


    410-horsepower; twin-turbo 3.6L 24V V6
    0-60 mph ~5 seconds

    Quite a bit different ride, handling and speed versus the older DTS, STS and DeVille models!
  20. Thread: BSOD at least twice a month - uncertain cause by ranchomirage
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 116 Views 45,538

    only 1 dump file. were there other BSODs? When...

    only 1 dump file. were there other BSODs?

    When did the crashes start?
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