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        Susan Bradley
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        PATCH WATCH By Susan Bradley Sometimes a BSOD is trying to tell you something AskWoody subscriber BD reported that every time he upgraded to 20H2 on t
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        Alex5723
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        “Here is what I have tried with no success, so any help is greatly appreciated. Each time I’ve tried, it BSODed at about 85%. Here is what I have tried:

        “Turned off antivirus and firewall; still … no go

        “Tried safe mode … no go

        “Tried clean boot … no go

        “Disconnected all peripherals such as printer, scanner, external drives … no go

        “Tried Media Creation Tool 1909 … no go

        Deleted $WINDOWS. ~BT and $WINDOWS. ~WS … no go

        $WINDOWS. ~BT holds a log file created when an upgrade fails during installation

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        anonymous
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        Sometimes a BSOD is trying to tell you something

        nope, BSOD’s always tell you something.

      • #2371037
        Michael Dugger
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        That happened to me on my old ASUS gaming laptop. I found it was most likely an incompatible old driver. A clean install is probably your best solution in that case.

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