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Random BSOD

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by amememex, Feb 21, 2013.

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  1. amememex

    amememex Thread Starter

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    Help me I got random BSOD since I updating Windows Update

    Here is dump files attached

    Thank you very much
     

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  2. gurutech

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    If you have NOT been able to successfully login since the update, reboot and start tapping the F8 key after your PC logo disappears (or BIOS screen if a "generic" PC). Boot to the "Last Known Good" configuration, and that should take care of the problem.

    If you HAVE logged in successfully, go into Control Panel (from Desktop view, right click in lower left corner (where "start" button would be), then click Control Panel). Now, click Uninstall Programs, then on the left side, click View installed updates.

    When this window opens up, scroll to the right to view the date each update was installed, then uninstall the most recent ones from the list under the Microsoft Windows section. It's best to only uninstall one update at a time, so you can pinpoint which one caused the BSOD.

    Once you have found the one that caused the BSOD, try reinstalling it and see if the problem comes back. If not, then you're set, otherwise, you may have other issues that are preventing that update from working properly.
     
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