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Old 02-21-2016, 07:06 PM   #1
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Last time I seen the BSOD, was Win XP. And even that was rare. Daily occurrence with 98SE.

This is Win 10
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Hrmmmm..... when you upgraded to Windows 10, did you fresh install by chance?

I hear a lot of similar feedback from those that have upgraded.

I upgraded both my desktop and tablet, and then once the upgrade activated, formatted and installed fresh. My desktop has been running like a champ since. The tablet/laptop (Asus Transformer T100, it'* a convertable) was running great at first, and then started throwing a bunch of driver issues recently and was causing me grief. Reformatted it again, put the latest and greatest drivers in, and it'* working like a champ.

I haven't met an OS 'upgrade' installation that I have been fond of yet. I use my desktop daily (i5-2500, 4gb ram, 750 ti, Samsung 850EVO SSD) and quite extensively and haven't heard so much as a peep from it.

Cliffnotes: If it keeps being a problem, format, reinstall. I did, and life is good.
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I am going to have to save up and update my desktop hardware real soon.
I just wish the blue screen would be more diagnostic friendly and explain in understandable fashion, what exactly caused the crash.
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It does Art, if you look real close, it practically tells you what to Google.

Found out that a recent upgrade push of Norton 360 SONAR is what was causing the issue. Norton immediately rolled back to the previous version and all is well.
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