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  1. JGToy's Avatar
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       #120

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    If I am not mistaken GSOD is for Insiders' builds and BSOD for normal standard builds.
    kado897 said: View Post
    That was my understanding too.
    I think it is not exactly the true:

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  2. JGToy's Avatar
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    magilla said: View Post
    Let us know if that solved your problem.
    Sure!
    I be dealing with tomorrow as today isn't a good for me.
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  3.    #122

    JGToy said: View Post
    I think it is not exactly the true:

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    I don't seem to understand your point with the screenshot provided. All I can see is that this was 1903 at the time that it was still part of the insider program. This is not the case anymore, since it has become part of the Production builds. At any rate, I don't see the relation with the subject at hand (BSOD Vs GSOD).
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       #123

    There is an anomaly here, I think. This is from a VM of the latest Fast Ring last Wed., 6/12. Clearly shows 1903, and 18917. What all that means, I have no idea. I think JGToy was saying he gets a BSOD right up front very early on in the bootup process, not Green. I agree that Green is the color of choice now for Insider, has been for a long time. But....I'm wondering if the crash is so early on, the full OS never has a chance to get going to set the Green vs. Blue. He stated it was a Power Driver failure. That would indicate somewhere very close to the POST routines and the hand-off to the OS. Just thinking out loud....

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  5.    #124

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    There is an anomaly here, I think. This is from a VM of the latest Fast Ring last Wed., 6/12. Clearly shows 1903, and 18917. What all that means, I have no idea. I think JGToy was saying he gets a BSOD right up front very early on in the bootup process, not Green. I agree that Green is the color of choice now for Insider, has been for a long time. But....I'm wondering if the crash is so early on, the full OS never has a chance to get going to set the Green vs. Blue. He stated it was a Power Driver failure. That would indicate somewhere very close to the POST routines and the hand-off to the OS. Just thinking out loud....

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    You'll agree with me TC that this is not obvious that this is from a VM. And even if it were, that doesn't change the fact that MS is using GSOD for insiders' builds and BSOD for Production builds. That has been known for a long time since 2016.

    Windows 10’s BSOD is getting replaced with a GSOD for Insider Preview releases:

    Windows 10's BSOD is getting replaced with a GSOD for Insider Preview releases - MSPoweruser
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    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    You'll agree with me TC that this is not obvious that this is from a VM. And even if it were, that doesn't change the fact that MS is using GSOD for insiders' builds and BSOD for Production builds. That has been known for a long time since 2016.

    Windows 10’s BSOD is getting replaced with a GSOD for Insider Preview releases:

    Windows 10's BSOD is getting replaced with a GSOD for Insider Preview releases - MSPoweruser
    Since for some reason you believe I have faked the screenshot, this is the best I can do. If you need any more proof it is from a VM, I will try my best to accommodate you. I do not appreciate the inference.

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  7.    #126

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Since for some reason you believe I have faked the screenshot, this is the best I can do. If you need any more proof it is from a VM, I will try my best to accommodate you. I do not appreciate the inference.

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    Far from saying what you are saying is not true. I believe you. My point was to confirm what I know to be a fact, since @JGToy in post # 120 was saying this is not exactly true regarding GSOD Vs BSOD.
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       #127

    My point was your statement "IronZorg89 said: If I am not mistaken GSOD is for Insiders' builds and BSOD for normal standard builds."

    And I was trying to show you that I am an Insider and current to this build and BSOD it is happening.

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    Hopping that this clarify better.
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  9.    #128

    JGToy said: View Post
    My point was your statement "IronZorg89 said: If I am not mistaken GSOD is for Insiders' builds and BSOD for normal standard builds."

    And I was trying to show you that I am an Insider and current to this build and BSOD it is happening.

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    Hopping that this clarify better.
    If you are still getting BSODs from an Insider Program, that means MS is not going according to their own standards and that wouldn't be the first time...LOL!
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  10. JGToy's Avatar
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       #129

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    If you are still getting BSODs from an Insider Program, that means MS is not going according to their own standards and that wouldn't be the first time...LOL!
    Now I can agree with you!
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