EDIT: Sorry! I just now read the sticky here about posting BSOD error threads. I have complied and attached a zipped file containing the results of the Sysnative test, and the Performance test. Hope this helps in figuring out whatever issue my rig is having! Thanks.
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So I purchased my desktop about two weeks ago brand new, and immediately ran into an issue. My first issue was upon booting up for the first time, I ran into an endless loop error of Windows not being able to install properly, it would have to reboot to reinstall windows- but it'd just give me the same error message. I resolved this issue by just doing a full computer restore to factory settings, and it finally let the computer boot up. (This is no longer an issue, but I'm just posting it because perhaps it has something to do with the current problem.)
Now the big issue I'm having. Every so often, usually a few times a day; sometimes just once every couple days, I get a BSOD. The error message: THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER.
Now I have googled ten pages worth of solutions, and tried many. Here is what I've tried so far.
- Simply rebooting system.
- Restoring and Factory Reset.
- Reinstalling sound/video drivers.
- Updating to most current sound/video drivers.
- Updating BIOS to the most current.
- Doing a full reset of video card drivers and reinstalling.
- Made sure inside of tower was clean of dust and fans work.
- Ran the Lenovo system scan to make sure no errors.
- Used CCLeaner to fix registry errors.
- Ran sscan on command prompt and had no errors.
These are pretty much all of the solutions I could find in searching, other than replacing components (which may or may not work.) The computer is new, I have not installed any new components or anything, and until I get the BSOD, it runs great! It's fast, it's quiet and efficient, there are no bog-downs. There is nothing that indicates an imminent crash. It just does randomly. I have noticed it seems to crash more often when I'm running a resource heavy game or something, so I assume it's something to do with the video card?
I'll stop rambling, here are some specs.
Edited by CMFordham, 20 April 2017 - 12:12 AM.