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I think my cpu is broken?

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You can force it through if you use the Media Creation Tool :)


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You can force it through if you use the Media Creation Tool  :)

 

Would that allow me to force like a fresh install on it though so it removes everything.

I have an ssd and a hd. Would you suggest moving any perishable files to my HD since the OS will be going on my ssd?

I'm pretty newbie when it comes to OS and OS updates.

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Yea you can select it to not keep your files/settings etc. Backup anything you want to keep to your HDD and unplug that before upgrading. :)


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Well I've fresh installed into windows 10 and got a bluescreen after having it for about 3 hours whilst watching a video on youtube. Trying to find errors and such to post now.

 

Edit: The MEMORY .dmp is now updated to the current date and time. How do I share that? Just winrar it and upload to mega as I've been doing?

 

It looks like bluescreenview has picked something up. I'll be posting bluescreenview, resource/performance, and memory .dmp in a moment.

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I searched for the netlo.sys file you had in system32 and found this, https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/8aabb1a2-49d0-4bc2-92ca-dce7ddf5af73/netiosys-causing-my-windows-to-bsod Seems like it is a problem with nVidia's  Network Access Manager program.

 

 

I don't have nvidia network adapter. This is my only network adapter and my other devices that are missing drivers or something, http://prntscr.com/804v9v

 

Edit: Also I can't seem to find NVIDIA Network Access Manager to uninstall.

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Can you upload the MEMORY.DMP file so I can analyse that? That recent BSOD should have created a .DMP file and might give some more information as to if it's software or hardware causing the crash.

 

The last BSODviewer dump you uploaded is indicating RAM, L2 cache or Video RAM as a cause of fault... Which isn't making sense at this point because we're pretty much running around in circles now.


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Can you upload the MEMORY.DMP file so I can analyse that? That recent BSOD should have created a .DMP file and might give some more information as to if it's software or hardware causing the crash.

 

The last BSODviewer dump you uploaded is indicating RAM, L2 cache or Video RAM as a cause of fault... Which isn't making sense at this point because we're pretty much running around in circles now.

 

Here's the MEMORY.dmp: https://mega.co.nz/#!tt0nGZrY!8RB-BzKURPdfb22-OrGbg8K5DaqrAKSYlN6SjWBkmoM

 

Since having windows 10 these are the following things I've downloaded,

Killer e2200 Ethernet Controller

GeForce Experience + Latest Drivers

Google Chrome

Lightshot

Teamspeak

Spotify

Skype

Steam + Arma 3

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Its a nVidia software, not a Hardware adapter :P

 

I searched for it and checked around. The only nvidia software is GeForce Experience. Otherwise it's not picking anything up.

Unless there's another way to search and I'm just a newb.

 

Edit: Wait I found it. NvNetworkService.

How does one go about uninstall this? Or should I just delete it and it's .dll?

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I searched for it and checked around. The only nvidia software is GeForce Experience. Otherwise it's not picking anything up.

Unless there's another way to search and I'm just a newb.

 

Edit: Wait I found it. NvNetworkService.

How does one go about uninstall this? Or should I just delete it and it's .dll?

hmm no idea

Gathered a quote from the link I gave you. 

Thank you

 

I uninstalled the Nvidia ForceWare Network Management software and restarted my desktop. First thing was to check the Devices and Printers and there was no longer a yellow exclamation mark on Matthias. Device Manager also is clear of any conflicts. Teredo seems to be functioning and time will tell if Netio.sys will cause another BSOD.

 

Again, thank you.


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Download and install the drivers for your motherboard, Intel INF and Intel Management Engine, mainly.

 

I would also make sure your BIOS is up to date too, a number of things have been sorted for the latest BIOS on that motherboard in regards to memory compatibility and GPU compatibility.


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Download and install the drivers for your motherboard, Intel INF and Intel Management Engine, mainly.

 

I would also make sure your BIOS is up to date too, a number of things have been sorted for the latest BIOS on that motherboard in regards to memory compatibility and GPU compatibility.

 

There doesn't seem to be downloads for any of these for Windows 10.

 

I was told updating the BiOS is risky?

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PCI SCC doesn't seem to be the problem (http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/341168-pci-simple-communications-controller-doesnt-have-driver.html)

But the SM Bus Controller can be fixed by doing this : http://support.hp.com/hr-en/document/c02522280

 

Dude that's for 10 year old hardware...


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There doesn't seem to be downloads for any of these for Windows 10.

 

I was told updating the BiOS is risky?

Go directly to Intel for the drivers, I've used the Windows 8.1 drivers on mine and everything's fine so far.

 

A few years ago BIOS updates were risky, today they're a lot less risky... Just follow the instructions to the dot and it'll be fine. :)

 

The Latest BIOS release was 22 May 2015


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Go directly to Intel for the drivers, I've used the Windows 8.1 drivers on mine and everything's fine so far.

 

A few years ago BIOS updates were risky, today they're a lot less risky... Just follow the instructions to the dot and it'll be fine. :)

 

The Latest BIOS release was 22 May 2015

 

Do you mind giving me links for the intel things I should download. I downloaded the Driver Update Utility and it said there aren't any available drivers.

 

Edit: Maybe from here? http://us.msi.com/support/mb/Z87-G43-GAMING.html#down-driver&Win10 64

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Dude that's for 10 year old hardware...

Yup didn't see that :P lol hahaha Should have just told him to search SM BUS Controller... But I don't think it will help at this point...


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Sure thing,

 

Intel INF: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloads/eula/20775/Intel-Chipset-Device-Software-INF-Update-Utility-?httpDown=http%3A%2F%2Fdownloadmirror.intel.com%2F20775%2Feng%2FChipset_10.0.27_Public.zip

 

Intel ME: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloads/eula/22596/Intel-ME-Management-Engine-Driver?httpDown=http%3A%2F%2Fdownloadmirror.intel.com%2F22596%2Feng%2FMEI_allOS_1.5M_9.0.5.1367_PV.exe (This one might not need installing as it's a pretty old driver, Windows may already have it embedded, but try it anyways).

 

Also for the BIOS update, all you need to do is download the latest file, copy extract it to a freshly formatted USB Thumb Drive (FAT32 or NTFS), go into BIOS and select M-Flash. The rest is pretty self explanatory.

 

If you want to save your current BIOS to the Thumb Drive, it would need to be FAT32.


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Sure thing,

 

Intel INF: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloads/eula/20775/Intel-Chipset-Device-Software-INF-Update-Utility-?httpDown=http%3A%2F%2Fdownloadmirror.intel.com%2F20775%2Feng%2FChipset_10.0.27_Public.zip

 

Intel ME: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloads/eula/22596/Intel-ME-Management-Engine-Driver?httpDown=http%3A%2F%2Fdownloadmirror.intel.com%2F22596%2Feng%2FMEI_allOS_1.5M_9.0.5.1367_PV.exe (This one might not need installing as it's a pretty old driver, Windows may already have it embedded, but try it anyways).

 

Also for the BIOS update, all you need to do is download the latest file, copy extract it to a freshly formatted USB Thumb Drive (FAT32 or NTFS), go into BIOS and select M-Flash. The rest is pretty self explanatory.

 

If you want to save your current BIOS to the Thumb Drive, it would need to be FAT32.

 

How long does updating the bios usually take?

Also do I put the 7816wA7 zip on the usb or the folder?

 

Edit: So I opened up the zip and dragged the folder into the USB that I just formatted.

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Yeah that's fine, and BIOS update can take up to 10 minutes.


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