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I keep getting a BSOD/GSOD when I boot normally.

I could use the PC normallyish when I boot into Windows Safe Mode. This post includes a Dump file just in case you guys need it to see what thing is causing the error. The error code is CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED, and the process that keeps dying and diving into the grave is NTOSKRNL.EXE. Its so annoying, I just want to play Minecraft!

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Have you already tried all normal troubleshooting methods? Did this start after some significant change like Windows update?

 

PS. You forgot to attach the dump file.

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On 7/24/2019 at 4:46 AM, LogicalDrm said:

Have you already tried all normal troubleshooting methods? Did this start after some significant change like Windows update?

 

PS. You forgot to attach the dump file.

Yeah, I know I forgot a dump file. And this all started when I started up BeamNG Drive on my laptop. I tried all of the repair options possible. Dump file link is here.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/w5eyi8k285886cs/MEMORY.DMP/file

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2 hours ago, Bonzilink said:

Yeah, I know I forgot a dump file. And this all started when I started up BeamNG Drive on my laptop. I tried all of the repair options possible. Dump file link is here.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/w5eyi8k285886cs/MEMORY.DMP/file

Honestly, I can tell you from a lot of experience that I've had, it's going to be far less time consuming to reinstall Windows. 

 

I image my boot drive after installing all programs, optimizing windows, and customizing everything to my liking. I keep all games and important files on separate drives, so if I ever experience an issue I can be back up and running in 15-30 minutes. 

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2 hours ago, Bonzilink said:

Yeah, I know I forgot a dump file. And this all started when I started up BeamNG Drive on my laptop. I tried all of the repair options possible. Dump file link is here.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/w5eyi8k285886cs/MEMORY.DMP/file

This is probably related to 1903 update, and might be drivers plus..NET or some other such addition environment issue. It can also be AV causing it. I can't check further before Sunday. So if you want to troubleshoot it for now, start from drivers. Try both older and newer. Also uninstall the game and see if that fixes things. Revert back to last restore point if you have any.

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