BSoD on ASWMBR scan in normal and safe mode in Win 10 Compaq Desktop PC

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Nov 10, 2017
Hi all helpers and Malnutrition,

i can't uninstall Ad-Aware and Comodo, my computer have 100% on CPU,

in normal and safe modes on introduction of my disinfection topic for my usb sardu/xubuntu/ubuntu mate/samsung fit, cyberlink power2go 11 and windows store here:
i had/have to try the aswmbr but when scan of aswmbr progresses i had/have a BSoD makes impossibles to finishes aswmbr scan and impossible to make aswmbr log

i'm on windows 10 fall creators update and impossible/hard to enter the menus in the manual of that post-it/intro for bsod troubleshoot:

that manual is:
Make sure minidumps are enabled:
  • Go to My Computer, Control Panel, System, then click the Advanced tab.
  • Under “Startup and Recovery”, click Settings.
  • Under “System failure”, make sure Write and event to the system log is ticked.
  • Under “Write debugging information”, make sure Small Memory Dump is selected.
You can also do this at the command prompt should you wish to do so:
  • Go to Start, All Programs, Accessories, and click on Command Prompt... Note: if your running Vista or newer, please right click on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
  • Enter the following in the Command Prompt, pressing enter after each:
  • Code:
    wmic recoveros set DebugInfoType = 3
    wmic recoveros set MiniDumpDirectory = %SystemRoot%\minidump
You must also make sure your Paging File is set to same drive the OS is installed on:
  • Go to My Computer, Control Panel, System followed by Advanced tab.
  • Under “Performance”, click Settings, followed by the Advanced tab.
  • Click Change towards the bottom of the screen, and then click on the drive letter that contains your Operating System.
  • For that drive, if "No paging file" has been selected, click System managed size, and finally restart your PC.

Note: If you have performed a disk cleanup since the you received a BSOD, it would have been deleted.

You must now wait or reproduce your blue screen so that further log files can be generated.

If you find that a log file is still not being generated, this could be an indication of a more serious hardware problem.
In this case we'll need to further troubleshoot the problem hardware.
i entered "c:/%systemroot/minidump" folder and i have only one file:

this is the log of thieses bsods caused when aswmbr scan ?

i'm lost on win10 redstone 3 menus, where's that "paging file control screen" ???

i have screen capture of the cmd results at bottom of that post/thread:

cmd minidump results 15 nov 2k17.png



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Sep 9, 2016
Hello Afpaawt_Crownscope,

Is this the same computer that Mal is helping you with regarding a malware problem.

Edit to add: Afpaawt_Crownscope was asked via PM to update this thread due to the potential interference in their ongoing malware removal thread, the member has replied to neither so this thread will be closed for security.
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