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  1. #81



    BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst
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    Windows 10 Pro


    Would you mind running restorehealth and sfc again and upload the 2 files? (via 3rd party like dropbox, onedrive etc. if too large)

    I'd like to know what is causing the error, I think I know why because I had the same problem in the past, but confirmation is needed.

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  2. #82


    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    Would you mind running restorehealth and sfc again and upload the 2 files? (via 3rd party like dropbox, onedrive etc. if too large)

    I'd like to know what is causing the error, I think I know why because I had the same problem in the past, but confirmation is needed.
    Sure. I just finished a RestoreHealth, so I'll run the sfc /scannow and then upload - you want the CBS & DISM logs, right?

    EDIT:
    Attachment 65543
    Attachment 65544

    Attachment 65545
    Last edited by simrick; 17 Sep 2015 at 09:27. Reason: added logs
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  3. #83



    BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst
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    Windows 10 Pro


    Yes, that is correct
    I want both CBS and DISM log files.
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  4. #84


    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    Yes, that is correct
    I want both CBS and DISM log files.
    Uploaded in my post above. Thanks.
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  5. #85


    NW FLA.-Redneck Country
    Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Enterprise X64/ Windows 10 Pro X64


    Simrick, do you have Virtual Box or the Vbox app installed. I believe the entries you were asking about are Virtual Box as a Windows Service.

    Also, see Post # 2.
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  6. #86


    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    Simrick, do you have Virtual Box or the Vbox app installed. I believe the entries you were asking about are Virtual Box as a Windows Service.
    No, he wouldn't know what that is. It doesn't show up on the Ccleaner list of installed applications either.

    Here's an updated list of installed programs:

    Attachment 65546
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  7. #87


    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    Simrick, do you have Virtual Box or the Vbox app installed. I believe the entries you were asking about are Virtual Box as a Windows Service.

    Also, see Post # 2.
    Yes, I totally ignored that because I thought it didn't apply! I don't know what to think about that. I deleted the active-x errors for them in the Ccleaner reg scan. Avast was one of the first things I removed from this thing.

    "Not a single BSOD since enabling driver verifier. I was thinking I would run the Heaven benchmark again, then take the graphics update in WU, then run the benchmark once more."

    Think I should try this?(above)

    EDIT: I am going to download the avast removal tool and run it in safe mode. Maybe there are leftovers that need to be removed still.

    EDIT: Nope that's not going to do anything because the Avast folder is already gone....never mind...
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  8. #88


    NW FLA.-Redneck Country
    Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Enterprise X64/ Windows 10 Pro X64


    It would help to run Avast clear. The entry, if Googled or 'binged' usually bring up VBox as a windows service. But, It is supposedly part of avast virtual driver. Scroll Down to Registration https://herdprotect.com/vboxc.dll-f4....aspxistration
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  9. #89



    BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst
    Posts : 2,273
    Windows 10 Pro


    Corrupted files that are a 2 to 3 times recurring.
    Code:
    CameraUtilities.dll
    utc.app.json
    telemetry.ASM-WindowsDefault.json
    The .json files are false positive btw, these are for the windows 10 upgrade.
    These .json false positives are most likely coming from the windows update KB3022345.
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  10. #90


    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    It would help to run Avast clear. The entry, if Googled or 'binged' usually bring up VBox as a windows service. But, It is supposedly part of avast virtual driver. Scroll Down to Registration https://herdprotect.com/vboxc.dll-f4....aspxistration
    Can't do it because it's already successfully uninstalled using the normal uninstaller. You have to select the avast folder when running the removal tool, and my avast folder is gone.

    Usage Instructions:

    To uninstall Avast programs using the Avast Uninstall Utility, please perform the following steps:

    1. Restart your computer in Safe Mode.
    2. At the login prompt, login as a user with administrative rights.
    3. Once you are at your desktop, double-click on the aswclear.exe file.
    4. When the program has started, select the Avast program you wish to remove.
    5. Once the program is selected, click on the Uninstall button.
    6. The Avast Uninstall Utility will then remove all traces of this program.

    Note: If you installed Avast into a different location than its default, then you will also need to click on the browse button and select the folder that you installed the Avast product into. Please make sure you specify the correct folder as the folder and all of its contents will be removed.

    EDIT: I get a 404 on that link

    Last edited by simrick; 17 Sep 2015 at 10:59.
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