Screen of Death in Windows 11

Discussion in 'Windows 11' started by careplus, Aug 31, 2021.

  1. careplus

    careplus MDL Novice

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    Ever since I installed Windows 11 , I am experiencing boot errors , black or blue screen.
    My pc is comparable with Windows 11 hard ware wise and there are no errors prior to installing windows 11 that updated from windows 10. Just the system run scan for one minute and resume loading.
    Any suggestion , I tried every thing I searched for.
     
  2. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    It is completely impossible to understand what kind of help you want.
    Try to describe your problem more clearly. Maybe then can figure it out.
     
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  3. careplus

    careplus MDL Novice

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    I uploaded the screen image that I see during windows 11 start up.
    The help I am seeking obviously to remove this screen.
    Thanks for your reply.
    Care
     

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  4. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    You have problems with Windows or hardware or some drivers. Impossible to guess, but quite likely the only thing that will help you - it is a clean/new installation.
    If I understood correctly, you upgraded from Windows 10, but this is not recommended. And if You want do so, your can keep only your files but you cannot keep any settings or apps. Under no circumstances is it recommended to maintain apps and settings, if You want get correctly/properly working and clean new system.
    So I suggest you start thinking about a new clean installation, this is the fastest and best solution.
    If you have an old computer with a slow processor and less than 8GB of RAM, it is not recommended to upgrade at all. You will obviously get much slower and worse results than using whatever (any) Windows 10.
    Slow is this computer whats a CPU base frequency is below 2.7GHz and less than 2 cores and 4 threads. (Even this is slow, but works).
     
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  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    What build iso and source of the ISO? Upgrade or install from boot?
     
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  6. itsmemario1

    itsmemario1 MDL Addicted

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    Acer Aspire ONE 722-C6Cbb: [AO722 Acer JE10-BZ]
    Model NO: P1VE6
    AMD C-60 APU (Ontario)
    1 GHZ (Boost Max 1.333 GHz or 1.36 GHz with BIOS mod)
    8 GB RAM (latest maximum found out by some guy)

    HD 6290 (Wrestler)

    It has the latest BIOS V1.11 (09/25/2012)


    My 2012 Acer Netbook had these black screens, completely random, since day one after installing Windows 11.
    Sometimes it doesnt happen for 1 week. Mostly after a clean shutdown.

    It also sometimes does not detect the SSD to boot after a restart, after the blackscreen happened.
    Some strange stories out there, after reseating the RAM helped. SSD is new.

    Since the latest Win11 update the black screen now additionally hands out the classic IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL :p

    It works very well with Windows 8 and 10. Never had bluescreens.

    Yes its outdated a bit, but usually 10 year old devices run quite well with latest Windows 10 here.
     
  7. careplus

    careplus MDL Novice

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    Thanks mate for your help.
    ISO Build is the latest as I update my PC from Windows 10 Update and opt keep apps and files.
    It may need a fresh install , and I left that to last resort.
    I have not get the black screen since I created Scan.bat auto start;

    @echo Scan and fix Drive for errors

    Scan C: /f
     
  8. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    @careplus
    What is it (Scan.bat) and what does "Scan.bat auto start" do?
    Do You really scan whole drive C and on every start?
     
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