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Best Answer bambidbl , 12 June 2024 - 05:15 AM

Hello,first  thank you for your answer,you're spending a lot of time trying to help me and i appreciate it.Sorry about putting things onto the C: partition,it is a big lack of attention from m... Go to the full post »


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Make sure that you have the latest drivers for your GPU, go here

 

Crash dmps are different in Windows 11, see copy/paste info below;

 

Open Windows start menu and type: control panel
Press ENTER
Select System and Security > System.
Select Advanced system settings, and then select the Advanced tab.
In the Startup and Recovery area, select Settings.
Make sure that Kernel memory dump or Complete memory dump is selected under Writing Debugging Information.
 
Restart the computer.
 
Any more crashes let us know and we will provide you with the info for how to get the dmps for us.

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Getting back to you about that hdd,it seems like there is a real problem.
When i m in call on discord,if the hdd reboots,my mic cuts for a few seconds.
Have a good day
 
Edit: Got a crash with different error code.
 
http://speccy.pirifo...05jps2hZWTFnNhU

Edit nº2:
I also have another issue,when i try to run a chkdsk scan on booting it just doesnt work,using the command « chkdsk /r /C: »

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Getting back to you about that hdd,it seems like there is a real problem.
When i m in call on discord,if the hdd reboots,my mic cuts for a few seconds.

 

 
 
Not sure why you think that the HDD has got anything to do with Discord or what you mean by " if the hdd reboots my mic cuts for a few seconds "
 
Discord is an Internet service for one thing and if your HDD was rebooting at all that would mean that Windows was shutting down and reloading both of which would lead to any internet connection service being lost.

Edit nº2:
I also have another issue,when i try to run a chkdsk scan on booting it just doesnt work,using the command « chkdsk /r /C: »

 

 
 
Sorry to be so harsh but you are bringing problems upon yourself, you were advised to clean install Windows onto its own partition to protect it from such issues yet you are filling up the new Windows C: partition with heaven knows what.

Partition 1
Partition ID: Disk #0, Partition #1
Disk Letter: C:
File System: NTFS
Volume Serial Number: BA5D51D2
Size: 243 GB
Used Space: 122 GB (50%)
Free Space: 120 GB (50%)

 

 

The above is the used and free space on the new Windows 11 partition on  09 Jun 2024 @ 15:40;
 
The below is the used and free space on the new Windows 11 partition on 11 Jun 2024 @ 13:26;
 
Partition 1
Partition ID: Disk #0, Partition #1
Disk Letter: C:
File System: NTFS
Volume Serial Number: BA5D51D2
Size: 243 GB
Used Space: 160 GB (65%)
Free Space: 83 GB (35%)

 

 

So within the space of only two days you have saved 38GB of whatever to what is supposed to be a protected Windows boot partition and OS  :(
 
Always happy to help but there comes a time when we have to call a halt if members do not stick to the advised and I`m afraid that you are getting close to that point.
 
Edit to add: I don`t read French but can see enough to be able to tell you that your Discord problem was caused by your Webcache, the BSOD and MTB Windows problems are explained in the attachment below;

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Hello,first  thank you for your answer,you're spending a lot of time trying to help me and i appreciate it.

Sorry about putting things onto the C: partition,it is a big lack of attention from me and i have no excuse...

 

I found a solution online that fixed the issue i had with the chkdsk service,and when running the scan it detected and fixed a whole lot of things.This scan fixed the issues i had on windows update,and all problems are gone for now.

 

I will get back to you if anything happens,you have a good day.


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I found a solution online that fixed the issue i had with the chkdsk service,and when running the scan it detected and fixed a whole lot of things.This scan fixed the issues i had on windows update,and all problems are gone for now.

 

 

That is good news, do you have a link to the info that you used, it sounds helpful.


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Being that the OP revisited the forum but chose not to reply this thread will be marked as solved.


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