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    blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    been having this issue since ive upgraded to windows 10 from windows 7 pro
    some weird blue screen that i can press esc and its back to desktop

    Perfmon is 3.19mb and the site only allows me 94kb...?

    OS - windows 10
    x64
    What was original installed OS on system?win7
    Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from retailer)? downloaded and validated after
    Age of system (hardware) 3 years
    Age of OS installation - have you re-installed the OS? few weeks of win 7 running perfectly fine

    CPU amd fx 8120
    Video Card gtx550TI 4gb
    MotherBoard - sabertooth 990FX 1st revision
    Power Supply - brand & wattage Kentek 1050

    System Manufacturer asus
    Exact model number (if laptop, check label on bottom) unsure on how to describe this as its a custom tower

    Laptop or Desktop? Desktop





    Last edited by Jared; 08-12-2015 at 05:21 AM.


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    re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    Please follow these instructions: http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...8-7-vista.html

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64-blue-screen-jpg and for the perfmon, the site is not letting me add the perfmon file on here because its 3.19mb and the site isn't aalowing any higher than 93kb...?

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    You can leave the perfmon out of this, I'll see who I can request for this error.
    It's 99% probable that it's malware.

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    i dont understand how i could have any sorth of virus/malware/spyware when it was practicly a fresh format after using killdisk, it only started after windows 10 was installed but ill try malwarebyte and other stuff

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    Hang on, there's another thread with the same error.
    It's not you is it?

    http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...tml#post123412

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    I have never seen a BSOD with a "time" stamp. Some will have a "date" stamp, but not time - at least in my experience.

    And to that, if you look at these two, they have the exact same "time" stamp of 3dd9919eb - I think you would have better odds winning the lottery (two week in a row) than two BSODs with the exact same timestamp.

    I say 100% certain to be malicious - perhaps not by definition "malware", but scareware to get you to call that number so they can get your permission to remotely access your system to then install certain malware and glean your personal data.
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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    well.. i ran that malwarebyte and HADES was in my pc, i noticed it a few days ago, deleted it a few times from programs and features, kept on coming back, and i forgot about it... malwarebyte detected and deleted around 1127 items ._. wich 3/4 of it had the name hades on it somehweres i hope that does it

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    well so far no blue screen, i guess that was the problem O_o; i wonder where that all came from... i didnt do any unknown downloads, oh well thx guys, if theirs anything else ill come back here cheers!

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    Re: blue screen that doesnt make any sense - Windows 10 x64

    For malware removal, please start a thread in the Security Arena forum and supply the following logs: http://www.sysnative.com/forums/secu...tructions.html

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