Thursday afternoon whilst my refurbished Asus UX303UA Laptop was in normal use (a couple of adobe programs and several Chrome tabs open) a BSOD suddenly appeared. This has rendered the laptop unusable as I cannot boot up windows in normal or safe mode without the BSOD appearing again within a couple of minutes after log in (if not instantly upon boot). Speaking with Microsoft's technical support has yet to yield any results.
Here are the error messages I have seen:
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (most common by far)
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCPTION (2nd most common)
The only mode I can use the laptop through is the Command Prompt in recovery mode.
I have tried the following:
verifier.exe - was successful but didn't seem to make a difference
sfc /scannow - gets to 99% then shows 'Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation'
Re-installing Windows 10 from USB - BSOD appears shortly after the process begins
As far as I am aware, the last updates installed on the laptop were for the Adobe CC suite 3 days ago and the last driver installed was for a printer 2 weeks ago. I'm struggling to be able to run any programs without the BSOD appearing and when I can log in, a script error for OneDrive instantly appears.
I'd greatly appreciate any help with this.
Thanks in advance, Luke
Edited by LJDesigner, 28 April 2017 - 01:35 PM.