Blue Screen- DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION

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mccann88

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Just received a Blue screen with the Stop Code: DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION.

Computer has been running normally up until this blue screen. I ran an SFC scan. Please see Log attached. Have only had the one Blue screen, but want to try and fix it before I potentially get another one.

Can anyone help with how to fix this or what the issue is.

Many Thanks.
 

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You CBS log looks fine.
What command did you use to run that scan ?
 
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Well, I found an explanation file from Microsoft about this error, https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/913I-eiMePL.pdf It mentioned some reasons like unsupported SSD firmware, old SSD driver version, hardware incompatibility issues, or system files are corrupted... Have you tried CHKDSK? If there are not working, try System Restore:
1. Get into the Safe Mode.
2. win+r and run rstrui.exe.
3. "Choose a different restore point">"Next". Choose the latest Windows backup, click "scan for affected programs"
4. "Finish" and choose "YES" in the warning window.
You can refer to more BSOD solutions because some different errors may be caused by the same reason, so there may have different solutions to your error code.
 
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