m800afc 14:34 16 Jan 15

Intel Core i7 CPU [email protected] 3.81GHz 12Gb RAM ATI Radeon HD 5770 Monitor 1 - BenQ2400W (Landscape) Monitor 2 - BenQ2400W (Portrait) Win 7 Pro 64bit: Epson Stylus Photo R1900.

Hello all, a belated Happy New Year to everyone. I have been suffering from a persistent BSOD. I am able to get into safe mode and use networking. I have run Malwarebytes, Hijack this and several other diagnostics to no avail. I am unable to use system repair, or perform a repair install. When I boot normally I get through to the login page, but as soon as I login I get the BSOD. Usually the message is SYSTEMSERVICEEXCEPTION, though I have had IRQLNOTLESSOREQUAL. I am unable to use Windows updates in safe mode and Windows Trouble-shooting always stops with the message "An error has caused Windows Trouble-shooting to stop. I have not installed any new hardware.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks very much

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:47 16 Jan 15

boot to command prompt and run

chkdsk /f/r

on your drive

the try a start up repair

  m800afc 10:32 17 Jan 15

Hello Fruit Bat /\0/\ , Thanks for your suggestion. I ran chkdsk /f/r and it completed, some four hours later, with no problems. I then tried a startup repair. On checking the log I found no errors, and the statement that the OS had booted normally. I finished by rebooting. All went well until I signed in. The circle ground round for about ten seconds and I then got another BSOD with the following report.


Stop: 0x0000000A





Any thoughts on what to do next. I want to avoid doing a fresh install if at all possible, although if I have to, I must.

Thanks again

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:54 17 Jan 15

Will it boot in safe mode?

if so follow the instructions on this site, its for a dell but works equally as well for any PC

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