'windows not properly shut down' causing crash/BSOD but no dump file


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Hi there - I have crashes and BSOD which started about a month ago after a year of operation without any problems whatsover - From searching around I am not the only one experiencing this

Basically the laptop crashes at least once a day. the reliability monitor says the issue is because 'Window was not properly shut down' - and then i look into the tech report and it says the 'previous system shutdown was unexpected' showing a time when I was on the computer working i.e. there was no previous system shutdown.

This feels crazy -- I have switched off fast start as others seem to advise, plus I think i have done everything the internet advises with this issue - the only thing i haven't done is a full clean reinstallation of windows... What is the cause of this - it's so infuriating that windows can't actually say what is the problem... would be grateful if anyone has a solution ! many thanks
 
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Wolfie, it helped me one day. But only for the first two months, and after it - happened again.
 
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Sometimes it seems like VPN applications can cause such crashes, with all these drivers for them.
 
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