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BSOD at Startup everytime

  1. #11


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    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    ^ No need to worry MC, Avast is a proven AV and I have yet to encounter an error using it or hear of one from another person

    Mr. One, have you solved the problem? Let us know! Good day
    Hi Dust. Avast has caused numerous BSODs on machines and it is a software program that needs to be removed to fix them. For that reason, I correctly see it as a scourge to any efforts to fix a machine, especially when possibly having to move on to look at hardware.

    He can install Avast - but if/when he needs more help, you will have to be the one to fix things from there, because as I said above - I will not touch it.

    Please don't take it personally. I do not change my methodology for anyone.

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  2. #12


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    ^ No need to worry MC, Avast is a proven AV and I have yet to encounter an error using it or hear of one from another person

    Mr. One, have you solved the problem? Let us know! Good day
    Hi Dust. Avast has caused numerous BSODs on machines and it is a software program that needs to be removed to fix them. For that reason, I correctly see it as a scourge to any efforts to fix a machine, especially when possibly having to move on to look at hardware.

    He can install Avast - but if/when he needs more help, you will have to be the one to fix things from there, because as I said above - I will not touch it.

    Please don't take it personally. I do not change my methodology for anyone.
    Still crashing , tell me please what i should do ryt now
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    Please attach another run of the tool, as before.

    Along with that, please attach screenshot of CPU-Z 1st tab, one of Memory tab and one each for each stick of RAM of the SPD tab.
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  4. #14


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    ^ No need to worry MC, Avast is a proven AV and I have yet to encounter an error using it or hear of one from another person

    Mr. One, have you solved the problem? Let us know! Good day
    Hi Dust. Avast has caused numerous BSODs on machines and it is a software program that needs to be removed to fix them. For that reason, I correctly see it as a scourge to any efforts to fix a machine, especially when possibly having to move on to look at hardware.

    He can install Avast - but if/when he needs more help, you will have to be the one to fix things from there, because as I said above - I will not touch it.

    Please don't take it personally. I do not change my methodology for anyone.
    You cannot possibly think all antivirus programs are bad to use? All posts you recommend to remove the antivirus. While this may be helpful in narrowing an issue, not all AV programs -cause- the issue. Any issue with Avast would likely have been the fault of the user, such as upgrading with an AV still running, or doing a complicated procedure that would be best if the AV were disabled. I would like to see this proven wrong.

    I would recommend instead of requiring people to remove their antivirus programs before you help them, that you instead ask to disable their AV until the problem can be resolved. The fact remains that Avast has been proven to stop attacks more efficiently than Defender, and runs quicker than Defender. If you desire a better AV, don't use Defender. Microsoft itself announced that defender should not be used in place of a better downloaded AV.

    Threads: Antivirus on Windows 8/8.1 compared | ZDNet
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    Though definitely do not want 2 antiviruses installed at the same time. Kaspersky OR Avast (or use defender if you really want instead), but I am very much less familiar about Kaspersky. Not trying to detract from what you're trying to do MC, but suggesting there are other ways that might help people not get so pissed at all your posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post

    I would recommend instead of requiring people to remove their antivirus programs before you help them, that you instead ask to disable their AV until the problem can be resolved.
    I would recommend that you leave the methodology of the person that has solved most BSODs online in the history of the world (that I am aware of - I know all the major sites) alone and leave his methods be - because for sure, he knows what he is doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    While this may be helpful in narrowing an issue, not all AV programs -cause- the issue.
    Yes. Every single antivirus ever created in the history of the world can and does crash Windows, with the exception of Defender/MSE.

    So now that recommendations have been made, all can move on and life is good.

    P.S. - When you learn that disabling antivirus does not help because drivers are still active in memory, perhaps you can speak about things better.
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  7. #17


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    I don't agree with you, but I am not going to fight over it here. Good luck to everyone who has you to help solve their problems. And thank you for being the world's top dog, it is a big responsibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    I don't agree with you, but I am not going to fight over it here. Good luck to everyone who has you to help solve their problems. And thank you for being the world's top dog, it is a big responsibility.
    Ok. Since I have already shown a lot of what is behind solving crash issues, I feel I've done well enough for the community.

    With that, I have decided to refrain from offering any further help.

    It simply is not worth it for me to be interfered with.

    Best of luck to all with issues.
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  9. #19


    Quote Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
    I don't agree with you, but I am not going to fight over it here. Good luck to everyone who has you to help solve their problems. And thank you for being the world's top dog, it is a big responsibility.
    How did an av debate get involved anyway? What was the purpose of that?
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  10. #20


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    thanks again bro

    here are the files

    my ram is single slot ....
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