Bluescreen, blackscreen, no boot at home, but works normal at a computerguy?!

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Hello,

unfortunatly my pc doesnt start right now anymore, so i cant give any specifications, it is updaten to Windows 10. It startet with a sudden bluescreen. I couldnt see the stopcode so fast. After - no reboot, blackscreen.

I brought it to a computerguy. But at his place the pc worked totally normal. They tried everything to mae the pc crash - nothing. As soon as the pc comes back home – crash: bluescreen with stopcode "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA", blackscreen, no boot anymore. It only startet up again after a long time staying off. Then it started with "The system has experienced boot failures because of overlocking. Lastest BIOS setups may not coincide with current H/W states." Etc. I start the BIOS setup and "Load with optimized default". Instantly blue screen with stopcode "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" and just after "IROL_NOT_LESS_OR_ EQUAL"

Im not familiar with all that BIOS and CMOS things. Anyone an idea?

Throw it out and burn it?
 

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Hello

Hopefully some of of our members will chime in soon.. Please give us your complete pc spec's.

@jmarket @phillpower2
Hello, thanks, yes i hope someone gets an idea. How can i find out my pc spec's since it does not start? I dont know them by heart ... maybe it can help to make a picture of the indside?
 

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At home do you have any external hard drives connected or even a USB hub?
If so try disconnecting these & restarting.
Do you have fast startup enabled? If so disable it.
Right now i have a usb keyboard and HDMI screen. But the computerguy got the screen and keyboard as well to test them. Fast startups – i guess i have, i will try to disable them as sovs as my pc will start up again. o_O
 

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It's alive! It started out of nothing.

And the screen stats like that. Anyone knows what would be elever to do? After all, I'm afraid of touching anything.
 

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Is there anything else connected at home which wasn’t at the repair shop?
If not then there might be an intermittent fault with some connections.
Check graphics card & if PC is overclocked reset this back, you can also try resetting the bios back to default.
 

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Well right now it shows this last motherboard screen for BIOS.

I can "post screen", "BIOS setups / Q-flash", "Xpress recovery 2", "Boot menu", "Q-flash"

I dont really know what any of them mean...
 

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Well right now it shows this last motherboard screen for BIOS.

I can "post screen", "BIOS setups / Q-flash", "Xpress recovery 2", "Boot menu", "Q-flash"

I dont really know what any of them mean...
So the pc booted?
 

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OK,well it is hard to determine if a key on the keyboard is stuck. You could try a different keyboard to see if it will boot up correctly.
 

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OK,well it is hard to determine if a key on the keyboard is stuck. You could try a different keyboard to see if it will boot up correctly.
Ok i took out the keyboard and startet again. The bios beep came - the motherboard desktop came up and now the screen is black with that blinking line in the top left corner.
 

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Well, last stand is: i turn the pc off an on again. Then suddenly there came a blue screen like on windows 10, that ask me to choose a keyboard layout. But since i had no keyboard on the pc, i could not choose anything.

So i took an other keyboard and connected it to the pc, i started again, but only the motherboard menu, and after trying again off an on - black screen ....
 

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Now I get the blue screen with critical_process_died ... and he does not want to restart on its own
 

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Ok,this issue may only be solved by taking your pc to another/different pc repair shop..
 

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Wow now I tried again to start ... and it started as if there never has been a problem!! But now I don’t dare doing anything that could black it out again! :)

Should I maybe first start in safe mode again? Or check the fast startups?
 

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Wow now I tried again to start ... and it started as if there never has been a problem!! But now I don’t dare doing anything that could black it out again! :)

Should I maybe first start in safe mode again? Or check the fast startups?
I would now create a system image backup via Macrium Reflect so you have all your files etc safe in case a clean install is eventually required.
Run sfc & dism if you haven’t already:
Open cmd/powershell with admin & copy/paste:
SFC /SCANNOW

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
 
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