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Windows 10 clean install after BSOD


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This is the sad tale of my experience since updating to win10 after having used tech preview for months. For background, my dell Inspiron 1545 was running W7 Home when I joined the insider program and created a hdd partition to test tech preview builds. I successfully used TP's with no significant issues (never had any issues with new build downloads) so I felt comfortable with upgrading to W10 when it launched. W10 Downloaded successfully to my C drive on 7/29 (upgrading W7) and worked without issue until the evening of 8/13 when I was greeted with the BSOD and an error msg stating my PC had experienced a problem and needed to reboot, which it did continuously until I shut it down. After try to restart or find a solution, I decided to do a clean install since I could not overcome the reboot loop. I did a clean install on 8/15 and thought I was home free only to be greeted the morning of 8/16 with a machine running slow as molasses, not able to open any apps, essentially useless. I have tried all day today to find a solution to no avail. I expect I will have to revert back to W7 and hope I can at least get a functioning machine. Just can't believe this once promising software could reek such havoc....way to go MS!!!!!!!

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i am facing the same problem daily on startup. i am greeted with BSOD critical_process_died. After rebooting it, windows are loaded smoothly. This problem started after two weeks of upgrading to win 10. Done all tricks ie: checking HDD health, running Bitdefender, antimalware byte, uninstalling certain programes but to avail. I am on sony SVE laptop core i5 previously running win 8 pro. Has any dude have some solution

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