WOnder if anyone has ever experienced this - my main PC BSOD this morning - Kernal Exception - wouldn't reboot clean despite multiple attempts, safe mode wouldn't work, Auto system repair hung... basically total freeze.
Rebooted off Win 10 Install DVD - hung saying a driver was needed - WTF? Tried again and after 4 hours with the WIndows logo and the six spinning white dots it let me in normally - and I am now backing up files like crazy!
What does it do that takes hours to get to the Windows password screen with no status or warning? Why wouldn't safe mode boot work nor System repair? Memry check was all I could do - it worked fine.
Now my search for a new PC is on steroids - will porbably go down the Intel I7 8720X route and do a start from scratch build 32 GB RAM, 1100W PSU 1080 ti as main video card with a 500 GB 960 Pro as the main boot drive and add one or two large HDDs and transfer all the files I wish to keep across.
Glad at least I could log in today!
PS WOndering if I should try a windows restore or not - hate it if it BSOD half way thru... Note when I tried to run CPUID today - it only gets 80% thru the load - halting on Storage services check!
Edited by g__day, 07 November 2017 - 03:57 PM.