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Random BSOD Needing Reboot Dell AIO 24-5400

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Best Answer Chad Oneal , 21 March 2022 - 12:33 PM

*************SOLVED***************** Manually reinstalled every single driver, and the BIOS and so far so good Go to the full post »


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We bought 3 of these for a medical practice for my boss. They sat in the box for the first 10 of 12 months of warranty, within the second month one of them had a corrupted bios, unable to repair with download) and now this one just randomly gets BSOD needing to be rebooted. No intentioanl changes to system or software other than the single piece of software we use, Dragon Dictating Speaker. But it is unclear when this symptom happend. The Dr, is tired of the frustration and asked us to replace it, and see if I can get this one fixed.  

 

If you power on BSOD it bookts back up fine. 


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✓  Best Answer

*************SOLVED*****************

 

Manually reinstalled every single driver, and the BIOS and so far so good


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