Windows 10 BSOD

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by weberman, Aug 16, 2015.

  1. weberman

    weberman MDL Junior Member

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    Last night I upgraded an activated Windows 7 Ultimate to Window 10 Pro. Everything went smoothly. However when I started the computer this morning I get the notorious BSOD with a long string of numbers and letters.

    Unfortunately, there is no longer an F8 Safe Mode available.

    Any suggestions, or do I have to start from scratch.

    Just in case it does not activate for some reason, is there someplace I can download Daz's loader without all the BS programs that are in the loader from other websites. I have tried Daz's site but you have to complete some offers and I can never get through the offers so the download will start.

    I was upgrading from a Windows 7 Ultimate that was activated, so Windows 10 would be activated which I thought I would do again by reinstalling Windows 7 activated using the USB install mode.I have a Gigabyte UEFI motherboard.

    I did this on my main computer and everything went perfectly.

    Is there a way to install Windows 10 Pro without a key and activate it.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions. I have searched this site but, unfortunately, could find no answers

    Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

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  2. panchop

    panchop MDL Member

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    you need to write the error, in the last line generally appears the cause of the bsod
     
  3. nexus76

    nexus76 MDL Addicted

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  5. nexus76

    nexus76 MDL Addicted

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    it should boot up into recovery mode automatically, doesn't it do so?
    cause there's a cmd and you can copy over the dump to a usb stick
     
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  6. fockoff

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    BSOD = Be Strong Or Die
     
  7. weberman

    weberman MDL Junior Member

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    I gave up as I could not get the computer to recognize a USB stick so I could get to the root C Drive. So I took the hard drive and put it on my Main Computer which had been updated to Windows 10. I used EASEUS Partition to completely clean the drive and reinstalled Win 7 from a newly created OEM disk as instructed in another thread. I think I will stick with Windows 7 for a while as my Main Computer is doing having flaky errors and sudden shut downs which I never had before.

    IMHO I don't see any great improvement in Win 10. I had two Win 7 computers that were upgraded to Win 10 totally crash. Fortunately My main Computer has not totally crashed but it has crashed, but not beyond salvage. I am currently reverting my Main Computer back to Win 7 as I type this. I just looked and it has completed successfully.

    Just a question though, even after using EASEUS Partition, the Win 7 on the crashed computer still starts by showing the Win 10 Blue Flag but starts in Win 7.

    Thanks for the input. This site is GREAT and a wealth of info from helpful Mods and Members.

    Thanks Again

    WEB :):):):)

    I have another problem (question) but will start a separate thread in the Windows 7 section!