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I apologize for that. However, sometimes that is th best way to fix these tough issues by stating with a clean install. Did you update the main drivers from mfg websites after installing? Is everything working better and correctly now?

I recommend that you create an image backup as follows once you have the fresh install setup and working. This allows you to easily restore to that state if needed. Then make regular image backups moving forward with a combination of differiantial backups and full backups based on your needs. Let me know if you need anything else or have any questions.

Macrium Reflect free
https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree

https://reflect.macr..._disk_image.asp

 

Hi, sorry for the late reply, I have been going through a house move.

The issue is still occuring but after reading up on my phone with some downtime lots of people have mentioned their PC's sleep setting been corrupted by the update.

One person said his fix was as simple as sleeping his computer, waking it back up and the BSOD stopped.

I tried this and low and behold the PC booted up no issues however, I am finding that unbless I sleep my machine each use it does still BSOD so the settings are not correcting, if only temperorily.

 

So basically I boot up, sleep the machine, shut down and the PC will boot up with no BSOD.

If I boot up, dont sleep the machine, shut down, then boot again it will BSOD.

Very strange..


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Let’s try disabling hibernate as follows and if that doesn’t work change your
Over plan to high performance and test.

From elevated command prompt enter
Powercfg -h off
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If these options do not help then upload your minidump file as follows:

Minidump files:
Click on Start menu
Type in command to start searching
Right click on Command Prompt in list and select Run as Administrator
Copy and Paste the following command into the command console
This will create a new Minidumps folder on your Desktop and copy any of your minidump files into it.
Compress the Minidump folder to .zip file and upload to your reply
 
MD "%userprofile%\desktop\Minidumps"&
If Exist "%SystemRoot%\minidump\*.dmp" copy %SystemRoot%\minidump\*.dmp "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\Minidumps"
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Let’s try disabling hibernate as follows and if that doesn’t work change your
Over plan to high performance and test.

From elevated command prompt enter
Powercfg -h off

 

Seems to have done the trick disabling hibernate.

Strange how an update can break something like this, thanks for your help :)


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Great, good to hear. Yes, that issue has plagued many.


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