I recently upgraded to Windows 10, since upgrading I'm having pretty regular BSOD Crashes where the following error message appears;
VIDEO TDR FAILURE (nvlddmkm.sys)
It appears to happen at completely random times, could be watching a youtube video, opening a reddit page or just playing a song on itunes. I've updated to the most recent Nvidia drivers but to no avail. I also tried to follow the following instructions from this youtube video [URL] ...., however its still happening.
My computer is currently pretty much unusable! Specs are below :
My computer is working fine, and I click on a video, and my screen just goes blank. Then my computer shuts down and restarts. Then a blue screen comes up and says Video TDR Failure. How do I stop this from happening.
I recently upgraded my PC with a new solid state drive and to windows 10. I am now experiencing some BSOD (Driver_Power_State_Failure) crashes. I cant say with any certainty but these appear to only be happening once the computer has been in sleep mode for a while. I have attached Zip file ....
I run amd processor + amd graphic card, so I've catalyst control and since some days got the latest big win 10 update and amd radeon software -the first amd radeon came as update of catalyst control, but it missed the setting to modify the amount of energy taken by pc in relation to power of it, so I reinstalled latest version of catalyst control i had, and some days ago got another autoupdate of it-.
Since then (the win10update) I'm getting every now and then bsod with different errors, at the end of loading of it tho, pc doesnt reboot automatically and forces me to reset/shutdown. Latest error has been kernel security check failure one.
Other than this, weirdly (b4 the events mentioned in prologue) when I open perfectworld(a mmorpg)+league of legends screen freezes, I get a ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ as sound and Im forced to reset or shutdown.
I have upgraded from w 8 to 10, and later a did a fresh install of windows 10. The PC is a Lenovo M180, CPU D2700, display adaptor AMD Radeon HD6400 that I use to drive a HDMI TV. It has been working fine for some years with windows 7. Then I got the messages for upgrade to 10.
Every attempt to run video crashes the machine with error. WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR .... Using W10 Photo or TV and Video, but also when accessing any video on Chrome, or apps like NETFLIX. What can I do?
My computer will randomly crash with the "Kernel security check failure error" and I have run driver reviver that scans for outdated drivers.I then used this information to manually install some missing pci drivers however i'm still getting the error. What is causing the BSOD?
I have a custom built PC with Windows 10 Home x64-bit and I constantly get crashes. Sometimes I can be on for 5 minutes then it crashes, sometimes an hour. Sometimes there will be a completely white screen, a colorful screen with many-mini squares, and sometimes BSOD video_scheduler_internal_error. I have tried many, many things and nothing works.
(specs) intel i5-2500 3.30ghz gigabyte ga-z77x-ud5h gtx 750ti cx 430 m power supply 8gb ram 250gb storage
Today, I finally went through with the free Windows 10 upgrade. After the upgrade concluded, my laptop worked fine for about an hour, after which time it crashed to the new and improved Windows 10 BSOD, informing me that they would restart my computer for me. The problem is that, after the initial ACER screen, in which I can press F2 to enter setup, a Windows Automatic Repair screen comes up, and shortly thereafter, crashes right back to the BSOD. It will do this 5 or 6 times before giving up and staying shut down. I cannot press F8 or Shift+F8 to enter safe mode at any point.
Now, when I press F2 to enter the set up screen, I am given the following 5 screens, in order:
As far as I can tell, with an admitted lack of expertise, there does not appear to be any way for me to access the BIOS to at least get to safe mode, and perhaps go back to a restore point.
So 4 days ago i decided to build a new PC. For my GPU i decided to get a PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core r9 290x (the cause of the problem), which as i understand, is the same as 2 290x's crossfired. I set up my PC with Windows 10 pro and the OS had installed the r9 200 series driver. Windows messages started popping up, saying that the vidoe driver has stopped responding.
After a few of them, the blue screen of death popped up with and error message:
SYSTEM_THREAD_EXEPTON_NOT_HANDLED, with sometimes some of them being with a different error message- like VIEDO_TDR_FAILURE or CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED.
Still, all of them occurred after a video driver had been installed. I obviously tried installing them myself from the AMD website, but the same happened. Even with the driver auto detect utility, as some said, doing so would fix it, but no. I tried my PC setup with my old r9 280x and everything worked perfectly.
Few days ago I realized my Google Chrome was having issue with Shockwave flash. I got a popup saying there was an issue and it would not respond. Then I tried firefox and got same issue. I tinkered around with flash, removed and re installed it however when I attempted to play a flash video online, it displayed only a picture and not play video.
So I attempted to play a WMV file on my computer and that too ended up freezing and slowed my system down where I had to exit out of media player. I ran Malware and Virus scans, and I dont seem to have any issues there unless I missed something. Also, I did hear something about Flash being replaced by html5 soon.
I am running Windows 10 with the Insider Program. It's the 64 bit version. I have the latest (just checked) NVIDIA driver for my GTX 560 Ti.
In the last few days I've experienced a problem in which the graphics driver crashes and then recovers after a few seconds. When it crashes, the screen goes black, as if there's no signal. Then it goes back on, but if I was playing a video when it crashed, the media player (MPC-HC) needs to be restarted, otherwise playback cannot be resumed.
It also happens during general use, ie web browsing and such, though it certainly is more frequent when playing back videos. I'd say 80% of the crashes occur during video playback. And when that happens, in addition to the black screen, the GPU's fan goes full power until the driver is restored.
Since NVIDIA hasn't released a new Windows 10 driver since July, is it safe to say that it's a hardware and not a software issue?
- free upgrade from Windows 8 - no USB key as boot insurance - completely unstable. Won't stay up for more than 10 minutes before freeze or crash - multiple blue screen messages including the following:
- driver IRQL not less or equal - kernel error - KMode exception not handled - system service exception - bad pool caller. (Honest I didn't call windows a bad pool :-)
above are are all blue screen but I also had windows trying to correct itself. Messages included
- need correct BIOS startup media - windowssystem32configsystem - error code 0Xc000098 (may not have been 98 as pic died before I could record it)
i also got got close when windows asked me if I wanted to Save Files and rebuild Windows. I said sure and it started percent countdown. But then instability killed this and it never finished
i can get to my desktop but usually only for a minute before crash. Read on a forum about maybe disabling IRST Intel rapid start technology but I could not find this in my control panel. Maybe I have to intercept the bios during startup? Sometimes I am given access to the bios screen and I can navigate with my arrows safely.
Yesterday i upgraded my 8.1 to 10. The first time is still smooth but suddenly after i installed all the driver my laptop needs, when i play a song using WMP and turned the 'repeat all' option, my laptop gone to BSOD.
I tried to read the Minidump file using WinDbg but it needs to download the symbol pack, unfortunately my internet connection is very slow.
My laptop BSOD again after using WMP (playing a song) and Photoshop CS6... BSOD again after that because I Used Photoshop.
Ever since I updated to windows 10, my computer automatically installs some Nvidia drivers from their servers. From past experience I know that my computer can get random BSOD's with the wrong Nvidia drivers installed (WinDBG always pointed towards nvdllmkm.sys). So previously when their was an Nvidia update that would cause crashes, I could install a previous version that I knew was working, however if I do this know I'm forced to go to Nvidia builds before the windows 10 update and afterwards windows update just reinstalls the windows 10 version it thinks I need.
So instead of trying to install previous Nvidia versions, I want to go into the root of the problem and find out why I'm getting these random BSOD's (BTW mostly happens when I'm watching a show, so could be temperature related?). Furthermore, I would prefer to stay on windows 10
I've seen this BSOD a few times on this laptop. It's probably a driver issue but need identifying which ones are causing the issues.
And before you ask about the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 drivers, those from MSI have constant disconnects and barely work. Latest and most uptodate drives straight from Intel do not have any noticeable issues other than a couple of odd logs that pop up from time to time (Netwtw02). I am trying to talk with MSI on this.
I'm having a lot of issues with a system I recently assembled. Apps like Word, Outlook and Firefox are randomly crashing, BSODs from time to time, and the PC sometimes crashes directly after sleep-mode.
I've tried the following:
-clean install -updating bios -replacing mobo -replacing psu -ran memtest; no errors -removed nvidia card, just onboard graphics; no difference
Since some weeks I am having problems with the Wifi connection of my laptop. My laptop is an Acer Aspire E-15. I have been working with windows 10 for some months and I didn't have any problems. Since some weeks it can't find any WiFi network, and when I plug-in an ethernet cable everything works fine. Also, I have the newest drivers installed. My network adapter is Qualcomm Atheros AR956X
When I restart my PC or do a system restore, everything seems to work fine, until the same problem occurs again. It happens very randomly, for example I didn't have the problem for more than a week, but yesterday I had it all the time. In addition to that, sometimes when I lose the connection my PC crashes. I don't know if these two issues could be related to each other.
I've had several different error messages, but non of them are followed with any specifications about where the error is being generated. In chronological order:
Kernel Failure security check (Two times at random moments, until I tried to fix it, then the next errors at startup) System Service exception System Thread excetion not handled Kmode exception not handled
The last two are now being displayed alternately every time I start the computer, until the advanced startup kicks in. I've been trying every step I founded online and it hasn't worked. I checked for errors in the memory and drives, and also runned a complete antivirus scan and a malware scan (Panda Free Anivirus 2016 and Malwarebytes), everything came out clean.
I am guessing that's something to do with faulty or corrupt drivers, since it works fine when is started on Safe Mode. Safe mode with Network, for some reason, won't enable the WiFi, and I don't have any other way to connect to the internet, so I can't let it check the drivers on it's own. I have tried downloading all the drivers in Acer's oficial page, but some are the same version or older than the ones I have installed. Others won't let me install them because the Windows Installer services is not enabled.
I have tried to repairing the installation and restarting it, but it throws an error message and does nothing. The next step for me it would be to return it to factory with windows 8.1, but I don't want to ignore an error that could appear again in the future, or that could get worse.
I have updated the files for the BSOD logs. It is a Kernal_Security_Check_Failure about 99% of the time. Sometimes they will happen when I launch a game, when I start playing music, or even when I am away from the computer without anything running. I am unaware of any connection to them. They happen between 5-10 times a day, and it is VERY annoying.... (updated again[and again][and again])
My computer seems to run fine but whenever I shut it down or restart it the screen goes black for about 10 minutes and then I get a blue screen with a driver power state failure. The system files are attached.