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WDF_Violation when trying to reset PC

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I recently updated to windows 10 after a little too much peer pressure. I'm not a fan yet- but I figured a clean up would do some good. When trying to reset I always end up with a blue screen, a giant :( and a mention of WDF_violation. I've tried researching online how to get this fixed but nothing seems to work... So here I am, hoping to find a resolution to this mess. 

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:welcome:   Marie951088,


I've tried researching online how to get this fixed but nothing seems to work.



Can you tell us what you have tried + as much information about your computer as possible, brand and model name or number for example.

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