Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Satoshi19, Jun 22, 2020.
I installed Version 2004, but it keeps BSOD'ing
in safe mode too ?
Have a look in Event Viewer. Check for drivers updates and bios update. Analyse the dump.wih some crash reporters. Give feedback.
i'm currently rocking v2004
no gsods bsods tsods or any other type of sod.
maybe it is a driver/app issue?
did you do a upgrade from one version to another or a clean install?
This is normally caused by out of date drivers. If you are using any sound card or video card drivers you will need to find ones that are updated specifically for this build.
You don't have a PCIe 4.0 board do you, and have it enabled? A fair few are experiencing BSOD with this enabled on 2004. Solution is to switch back to PCIe 3.0 in BIOS, which, of course, cripples your NVMe speeds if your using type 4.0 variants.
Maybe it would've been easier to troubleshoot if OP had actually shared the exact models of hardware components he's using.
Good idea but people said more and more often " I have a problem can you resolve it ! " No search, no tries and no details.
if OP has an nvidia graphics card, try updating the driver to at least v358 or better (or replace the nvidia card with a recent one)
v2004 does not work well with outdated or old nvidia graphics drivers earlier than v358
that's exactly I was facing with v2004
I solved it, kaspersky driver was causing it, uninstalled and now fine. Not sure if reinstalling would cause again
Strange, completely incomprehensible. Why should you put it back?
The program or app must be a need for You and the other important thing is that it must work on your system.
In Your case neither of these conditions is met and You are still desperately trying to put it back. Why?
If you fear that you may get BSODs from that again, consider getting another security client (like, MalwareBytes for instance. It's the best).
Also, how did you know that Kaspersky was the cause of it? I'm very curious.
Some people have already reported that Malwarebytes does not work.
Similar phenomena occur.
So, are you implying that the issue happens with other security clients then?
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Antivirus programs are notorious for causing problems in new OS builds. They need to install low level drivers that conflict with OS functions and interact with memory stacks and such. They're much like hardware drivers in that they need to be updated specifically for the OS in question. Re-installing it without knowing if they updated it specifically for this build would be a mistake.
switch to windows 10 ltsc or use windows 1909 enterprise and activate with kms_vl_all
after customize windows update channel with gpo , select semi-annual + 365 day ,
with this tricks any upgrade to nrws version are 2 years , any time ,
before this tricks are every 6 month