There are no new dump files. @axe0 is much better than me at reading the files, although I don't mind reading them.
Ok guys I need to make a short trip to the store....need food....i'm starved...lol I'll be back REAL Soon.....Not going to leave ya alone Rob.....be back soon!!!
Let me get this new rescue USB created. FYI, I've been letting the dots spin now for 33 minutes. If it goes per usual, in about 1 hour or so, it will complete and I'll get my normal logon screen. To characterize my computer as "messed up" is a bit incorrect I think. It functions perfectly and never crashes. I just can't get to my logon screen without waiting 2 or so hours each boot. But I know what you mean. Certainly it has an issue, but I don't really believe it's messed up, globally per se.
Rob, do you have Nvision4D Visual Design Studio installed? I am seeing a lot of errors from that.
Hmmm, not sure what that is. Nvision4d is my user account. Visual Design Studio it's not something I use our recognize as odd as that might sound. I at one time had a demo of Visual Basic to debug something but tray trial ran out. Could that be it?
I have the correct bootable USB now with the wolf howling background. Should I boot into that and do a few things?
RobH2, please try 3 things
1. Remove Daemon tools and ASUS software. These software are pretty known for causing problems, both sometimes causes hardware problems too and some ASUS software might be in the boot process.
2. Remove all peripheral before booting, connect the keyboard for login but disconnect it immediately after pressing enter
3. Update your USB drivers, there is an update available.
All the crashes occured within 10 seconds, I don't know how far you can get in the boot process in those 10 seconds, but given that 2/3 of the crashes are relating to the Intel USB controller driver above might help a bit
Code:System Uptime: 0 days 0:00:08.258 System Uptime: 0 days 0:00:06.935 System Uptime: 0 days 0:00:09.275
Yes, try what Mike suggested. Am I correct that you can boot into safe mode without all of the problems?
Yes, I can easily and reliably boot into safe mode. I'll follow post #107 now.
Well I grabbed a large Meatball sandwich with Cheese Ahhhh all gone.....now I am ready for another few hours.