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  1. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    Good to hear you got it all resolved.

    Good to hear you got it all resolved.
  2. Thread: SrtTrail.txt by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 10,009

    You are welcome. Good to hear you resolved your...

    You are welcome. Good to hear you resolved your issues.
  3. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    That is correct but you would back everything up...

    That is correct but you would back everything up first so you would not lose anything.

    If not, then in that box select the first option that is highlighted and select Set as Default and yes...
  4. Thread: UEFI with CSM module Question by dmccoy
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 4 Views 3,333

    Rather then typing it all out. Hopefully the...

    Rather then typing it all out. Hopefully the following answers your questions.

    Whats the Difference Between GPT and MBR When Partitioning a Drive?

    Convert MBR to GPT
    Change a Master Boot...
  5. Thread: sms from Windows 10 PC by dmccoy
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 2 Views 581

    One option that might work is pushbullet. You can...

    One option that might work is pushbullet. You can also sms using email. The address you use is dependent on your provider.

    Pushbullet - Your devices working better together

    How to Send Text...
  6. Thread: Strange persisting input lag ? bios, windows, in games by dmccoy
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 2 Views 1,534

    Are you saying the lag is not with the whole...

    Are you saying the lag is not with the whole system and only with the peripherals you mentioned? I would test by running a live Linux distro such as Mint Cinnamon. If it continues then it is a...
  7. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    Since this is an upgrade then I would recommend...

    Since this is an upgrade then I would recommend backing up your data as shown below and performing a clean install of Windows 10. Make sure to disconnect the other drives that Windows will not be...
  8. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    Sorry I made a mistake in the command it is ...

    Sorry I made a mistake in the command it is

    bcdedit > 0 & notepad 0 (zeros)

    or you can just type bcdedit from command line and provide a screenshot.

    Option 2:
    Press Windows key + R
    Type...
  9. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    I think I misunderstood your issues. Please...

    I think I misunderstood your issues. Please confirm if the issues you are describing that it is showing 3 different versions of Windows to choose from as well as the BSOD saying 0x000000e?

    If you...
  10. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    Please download and Run the New Beta Log...

    Please download and Run the New Beta Log Collector below. It provides more information. Also what did you do that you mentioned fixed it for a while?
    ...
  11. Thread: SrtTrail.txt by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 10,009

    Are you able to perform the following and get to...

    Are you able to perform the following and get to command prompt or boot into safe mode? Do you have files that you need that are not backed up?


    Download and create a Windows 10 USB/DVD if...
  12. Thread: BSOD with 3 Win 10 OS choices by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 1,988

    So you have 3 different Windows 10 versions...

    So you have 3 different Windows 10 versions installed on the same computer. Why would you do that?

    Before posting a BSOD thread, please read the instructions here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)...
  13. Thread: Random BSOD, suspect a hardware problem by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 2 Views 1,228

    Please follow these steps first BSOD - Posting...

    Please follow these steps first
    BSOD - Posting Instructions - Windows 10 Forums
  14. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    Since this is a new computer I would highly...

    Since this is a new computer I would highly recommend contacting the mfg for a replacement. In order for the chkdsk command to run you will have to free up some space on that drive first.

    See the...
  15. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    The disk shows bad sectors and not enough space...

    The disk shows bad sectors and not enough space to repair. Regardless since it shows bad sectors it should be replaced. I recommend backing up your data using one of the methods below and replacing...
  16. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    Before we go farther lets check your disk as...

    Before we go farther lets check your disk as follows:

    Run Chkdsk

    Click on*Start menu[/*]
    Type in*command[/*]
    Right click on*Command Prompt*in list and select*Run as Administrator[/*]
    ...
  17. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    Okay, then try booting from the Windows USB drive...

    Okay, then try booting from the Windows USB drive and running



    No, the following shows D: partition for the OS
    osdevice partition=D
  18. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    Okay, then try booting from the Windows USB drive...

    Okay, then try booting from the Windows USB drive and running
  19. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    It should not matter since you are accessing...

    It should not matter since you are accessing through the Windows RE either way.
  20. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    Okay then your OS "Windows" is installed on your...

    Okay then your OS "Windows" is installed on your D: drive so it looks like your BCD file is correct.

    Please try the following from command window:

    Run these commands(press Enter after typing...
  21. Replies 29 Views 4,258

    How are you currently accessing the command...

    How are you currently accessing the command window? Please copy and paste the command below:

    bcdedit |find “osdevice” > 0 & notepad 0

    This will open notepad with the results
    Copy and paste the...
  22. Thread: BSOD while using Vega 11 Graphics ( New build ) by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 16 Views 10,263

    Thanks ztruker, Yes that is a better way to...

    Thanks ztruker,

    Yes that is a better way to install the new driver.
  23. Thread: BSOD while using Vega 11 Graphics ( New build ) by dmccoy
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 16 Views 10,263

    As you can see below all of your dumps point to...

    As you can see below all of your dumps point to the atikmpag.sys driver as the possible cause.

    Create a Restore point and then update your GPU driver from the following link. Let us know if this...
  24. Replies 8 Views 4,260

    Did you use EaseUs to create an image backup or...

    Did you use EaseUs to create an image backup or to Delete the partition? If you created an image backup then you can restore it using a EaseUS recue boot disk.
  25. Replies 19 Views 13,675

    Make sure all these services are started if you...

    Make sure all these services are started if you have not already. I had similar issues sometime ago and one of the Funtional Discovery services was disabled.

    - TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service
    - DNS...
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