Constant restart for page error

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  1. MickF

    MickF

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    Sorry if this has been discussed previously, but since two or three updates ago my PC crashes with blue screen at the most inconvenient times, I have tried several fixes from you tube sites with no success. Is there a fix for this?
     
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    Hi MickF,

    what version of W10 do you have?, have you tried Recovery?. Make sure you choose to keep your files and apps!.

    Settings > Update & Security > Recovery.

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    Hi Wolfie, I have windows 10 home 1803 with a 64 bit system, I haven't tried recovery , i'll try now and let you know how i go.

    Cheers, Mick
     
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    Hi Wolfie,waiting for my son to come to show me how to save my mail program, the other apps don't matter but i'm waiting for an important message and don't want to risk missing it, thanks for your advice...I'll let you know how i get on.
    Cheers, Mick
     
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    I'm wondering if this an instance where the "Patch".... that Microsoft issued this past Tuesday is causing your issue.
    1803 users got KB4462919 which bumped their build to (OS Build 17134.345)
    There are some reports out there that the patch is producing BSODs in some HP computers as well as a few others.
    https://www.neowin.net/news/users-are-reporting-bsods-with-the-with-latest-patch-for-windows-10

    So if your Blue Screen is indicating that a "WDF_VIOLATION" is involved then you might be one of the victims.
    IF not then feel free to ignore this post.
     
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    Hi Mick,

    another thought (apart from @Trouble's observation), have you installed any new hardware lately?, it may be a driver issue if you did?. ;)
     
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