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  1. Thread: Startup BSOD - Critical Process Died - Repair failed by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    Wininit is terminated because it is a critical...

    Wininit is terminated because it is a critical process. If anything happens to critical processes that's not by its own doing it terminates, commonly because of RAM or hard drive problems.
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    This one is relatively easy, a driver is taking...

    This one is relatively easy, a driver is taking too long to change the power state of a device object to, for example, wake it up.

    What you can see below is that a driver rtkvhd64.sys, connected...
  3. Thread: Freeze BSOD dpc_watchdogs_violation by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 7 Views 533

    Along with the posting instructions...

    Along with the posting instructions, could you also upload the C:\Windows\MEMORY.dmp to onedrive as well and post a share link.

    We'll need this memory.dmp file since we don't know whether this...
  4. Thread: System thread exception not handled bsod by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 5 Views 409

    I don't mean to turn this in a discussion, but I...

    I don't mean to turn this in a discussion, but I don't think it's similar either. In the form of a bugcheck, maybe, but then only the bugcheck code and not the rest of the crash. Problem here is that...
  5. Thread: Startup BSOD - Critical Process Died - Repair failed by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 6 Views 557

    What further symptoms are there?

    What further symptoms are there?
  6. Thread: System thread exception not handled bsod by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    Sorry to say, but that would suggest the same...

    Sorry to say, but that would suggest the same solution solves this problem as well, and I know for a fact it won't because the software involved in the other thread isn't relevant here. Furthermore,...
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    Have you added exceptions in Malwarebytes for...

    Have you added exceptions in Malwarebytes for Avast and in Avast for Malwarebytes by any chance? If you have not, I recommend doing this.
    For Malwarebytes:...
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    BSOD With Windbg, SDK is what you want.

    With Windbg, SDK is what you want.
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    Drivers from the laptop vendor are rarely up to...

    Drivers from the laptop vendor are rarely up to date, but that's not a concern because newer is not always better. Looking at GPU driver history there have been plenty drivers that were known to be...
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    Hi, Considering that out of 4 crashes, 3 are...

    Hi,

    Considering that out of 4 crashes, 3 are clearly network related I'd say updating the network drivers was definitely the right call.

    1: kd> knL
    # Child-SP RetAddr Call...
  11. Thread: BSOD, Repair 0xc000000f and 0xc0000225 errors on boot by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 497

    Just to clarify, you reinstalled Windows on the...

    Just to clarify, you reinstalled Windows on the drive that had the problems?
  12. Thread: BSOD, Repair 0xc000000f and 0xc0000225 errors on boot by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 3 Views 497

    If the registry files still aren't in place, put...

    If the registry files still aren't in place, put them back.

    Can you remove one or more drives containing an operating system? That would make things easier for troubleshooting.
  13. Thread: Event ID 1001 Bugcheck by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 72 Views 6,453

    Disable Force pending I/O requests in the driver...

    Disable Force pending I/O requests in the driver verifier settings, it can cause false positives and we don't even know whether any relevant driver supports what this option tests, which I doubt.
  14. Thread: Event ID 1001 Bugcheck by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 72 Views 6,453

    Just so you know, I am analyzing the kernel dump,...

    Just so you know, I am analyzing the kernel dump, but it can take a loooooong time sometimes.
  15. Thread: Event ID 1001 Bugcheck by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 72 Views 6,453

    Hi, I would like you to upload the file...

    Hi,

    I would like you to upload the file C:\Windows\MEMORY.dmp to onedrive, google drive, dropbox or any similar service you prefer and post a share link. It's needed to debug this specific crash.
  16. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    Great to hear!

    Great to hear!
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    Could have come bundled with other software, it...

    Could have come bundled with other software, it is common for software to come bundled with other software that the user unknowingly installs. Even if you are careful with this and go thoroughly...
  18. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    Doesn't look to be last week from the logs,...

    Doesn't look to be last week from the logs, rather 11th of this month. A few minutes after the reinstall the system crashed already.

    Here's what I am thinking.

    It's clearly not a GPU problem,...
  19. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    Are you running any sort of cleaning utility to...

    Are you running any sort of cleaning utility to free up space? I notice older dumps in your latest logs are missing.
  20. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    Thanks for running the test again. Have you...

    Thanks for running the test again.

    Have you had any crashes since the last time you posted logs? I am asking this because if you did, we would like to see them as they may have more information we...
  21. Replies 9 Views 862

    I have currently two guesses as to what may be...

    I have currently two guesses as to what may be going on.

    My first guess, there are one or more drivers terrible at synchronizing with the rest of the system.

    My second guess, there is something...
  22. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    I'm sorry to say, but version 5.31b is a beta...

    I'm sorry to say, but version 5.31b is a beta version that hasn't been thoroughly tested and probably has bugs in it. We don't know how reliable the test results are. It is recommended to run version...
  23. Thread: Multiple BSODs by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 17 Views 1,230

    Stratboy really is running 1 stick of RAM. I'm...

    Stratboy really is running 1 stick of RAM.

    I'm not sure what you mean with 'nearly identical addresses', I see vastly different addresses and some of these addresses are completely invalid. I...
  24. Thread: Windows startup repair loop BSOD by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 57 Views 6,870

    If that's the case, I unfortunately don't have...

    If that's the case, I unfortunately don't have another option in attempt to fix this other than wiping the drive which I do not recommend doing without having a recent backup.
  25. Thread: Windows startup repair loop BSOD by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 57 Views 6,870

    I may have missed it, but I do not see you trying...

    I may have missed it, but I do not see you trying with EaseUs to do the dynamic to basic conversion.
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