Weird Post-Installation Issues

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  1. cdavisdeco

    cdavisdeco MDL Senior Member

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    #1 cdavisdeco, Aug 8, 2016
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    #3 cdavisdeco, Aug 9, 2016
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    I read them. But I'm doubtful of that all these issues are related to the anniversary update. Couldn't it because of the tweaks I did or something else?
     
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    #4 cdavisdeco, Aug 11, 2016
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    Any other ideas...?
     
  5. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    Install your system make drivers for Windows 10 by starting with the chipset first and followed by others like the graphics driver, etc.
     
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    #6 cdavisdeco, Aug 14, 2016
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    Currently installed Microsoft generic drivers are newer than manufacture drivers.
     
  7. EFA11

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    newer doesn't mean better. :)
     
  8. cdavisdeco

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    #8 cdavisdeco, Aug 14, 2016
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    You're right. But the main reason I didn't install manufacture drivers is, there are no Windows 10 drivers for my hardware from manufacture websites. Since the generic drivers are newer and nothing went wrong until few days, I thought everything was OK. So are you still suggesting me to install Windows 7/8/8.1 drivers?
     
  9. EFA11

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    and you are probably right if everything has been going well. It could be another update from windows update causing issues. You can use win7/8 drivers with 10, 10 drivers are not always as functional.

    I would suggest a full backup of your system before delving much deeper into your issue. At least you will have a fallback point to return to. Then you can go ahead and just test everything under the sun safely lol
     
  10. cdavisdeco

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    Updated with screenshots.
     
  11. cdavisdeco

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    #11 cdavisdeco, Aug 21, 2016
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    Still no fix.

    Updating drivers - After trying out more than 10 driver changes problems are still there.

    [Driver Name]
    [Source] [Vendor] [Version]

    Intel® Chipset Device Software

    Current* - Microsoft - 10.0.14393.0
    MSI** - Intel - 9.1.2.1008
    Intel website - 9.2.0.1030
    Intel® Driver Update Utility - 10.1.1.14 (Installation failed with an "Unknown error")

    Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
    Current - Intel - 8.15.10.2697
    MSI - Intel - 15.12.75.64.1825 (8.15.10.1825)
    Intel - 15.12.75.4.64.1930 (8.15.10.1930)

    Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller
    Current - Realtek - 9.1.404.2015
    MSI - Realtek - 7.100.422.2016
    Realtek - 10.009 (Win 10)

    Realtek High Definition Audio Driver
    Current - Microsoft - 10.0.14393.0
    MSI - Realtek - 6.0.1.7855 (Confusion. The latest version on Realtek website is 6.0.1.7541)
    Realtek - 6.0.1.7541 (Win 10)
    DriverPack Solutions - Realtek - 6.0.1.7891
    Driver Easy - Realtek - 6.0.1.7905

    * - All the current drivers were installed automatically on Windows 10 clean install and checked for updates online manually.
    ** - Latest driver from the motherboard manufacture (MSI) website for Windows 7 64bit

    Disabling Services - No effect.
    System Restore - Didn't solve the problems.
    Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth - No component store corruption detected.
    sfc /scannow - Windows resource protection did not find any integrity violations.
    Malware Scan (Bitdefender - Quick) - Your system is clean.

    Solutions yet to be tried.
    Restore to the oldest restore point
    Reset this PC
    Reinstalling Windows

    OR just waiting for a bug fixing update.
     
  12. cdavisdeco

    cdavisdeco MDL Senior Member

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    Installed KB3176934 and KB3176936 today. But the problems still remains.
     
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    #13 lobo11, Aug 25, 2016
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    Actually the recent updates aren't problematic for me. I thought they could be the solution.

    BTW, I'll try that msconfig method you're telling.
     
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    #15 lobo11, Aug 25, 2016
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    Or try oldest restore point, not before Anniversary Update on 2 Aug, say 3 Aug or so:D
     
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    Black Viper has the default service configurations if you need a reference point, or need to modify
     
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    What are the tweaks you applied ?
     
  18. T-S

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    Try to make a new user and see if your problems are visible there as well, if your problems are systemwide just do an in place upgrade it's very rare it isn't able to fix a big problem like the one you have.
     
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    Yes, I am suggesting that you install windows 8.1 drivers or whatever you can find. The anniversary update borked my computer and an older driver fixed it. A lot of people are having driver issues with it. This is the thread: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...DPC-Watchdog-Violation-Win10-AU-1607-(solved)
     
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    #20 Hadron-Curious, Sep 11, 2016
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    @ OP

    I would advice you boot into BIOS setup to know if your system displays this same thing.