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  1. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    It appears that Glary's utilities is causing issues, please check it for updates or temporary remove it. 1: kd> .bugcheck; .time; k Bugcheck code 000000C4 Arguments 00000000`000000e1 ffffcf81`aaa4afb8 00000000`00000000 00000000`00000000 Debug session time: Thu Jun 13 10:09:59.062 2019 (UTC +...
  2. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Next, upload a new zip from the tool.
  3. axe0

    BSOD - Unable to boot due to missing driver files after empty battery

    The log shows that the reason for the boot issue is because of a BSOD crash, 0x5A which says a critical service failed to load. Unfortunately, you rarely can just copy and paste drivers from one device to Windows, because there are some things that need to match to make sure it is 'compatible'...
  4. axe0

    BSOD - Unable to boot due to missing driver files after empty battery

    Could you upload the log Startup Repair creates.
  5. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Insert the USB, go into the boot menu and select the USB to boot from.
  6. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Yes, it should. It is to prevent boot issues like yours, strange to hear it's not the case with your pc. Do you have a spare pc which you can use to test if the USB is bootable?
  7. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Whenever a system fails to boot a few times: Does this work?
  8. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Have you attempted other recovery steps before going to the recovery media?
  9. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    How large is this USB?
  10. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Please do not PM me for questions, comments or remarks related to your issue. Instead post in your thread. Have you booted from the USB before?
  11. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Check my post, it explains how to get out of it.
  12. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Read my post and the link to driver verifier, they explain everything. In case they both say something else about the same, go for what I posted.
  13. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Use only these settings as mentioned earlier Special Pool Force IRQL checking Pool Tracking Deadlock Detection Security Checks Miscellaneous Checks Power framework delay fuzzing DDI compliance checking
  14. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Yep, it has been since Windows 7.
  15. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    I would like you to run driver verifier, to see if we can change things. Please run driver verifier using the following settings for 48 hours. Special Pool Force IRQL checking Pool Tracking Deadlock Detection Security Checks Miscellaneous Checks Power framework delay fuzzing DDI compliance...
  16. axe0

    Solved Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop from Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 BSOD

    When you post on multiple forums, inform those helping you about it and update the threads when the problem is solved so others won't waste time trying to fix something that's already solved.
  17. axe0

    Solved Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop from Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 BSOD

    HDD TEST Run the tests on all hard drives/partitions! Please run HDTune first, in the order posted! :arrow: Run HDTune to check the health, scan for errors, no quick scan but full scan run a benchmark. It may take some time, but please take the time you need to perform it properly. When above...
  18. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    It appears that the dump is corrupted. FAILURE: Dump file is corrupt.
  19. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    That's not really a problem as up to date drivers aren't always the answer, as a matter of fact most of the time the drivers from the vendor are sufficient regardless on whether they're up to date or not.
  20. axe0

    APC index mismatch windows 8.1

    Don't worry about missing drivers, missing drivers can't do any harm and if the drivers are already the latest I always recommend to reinstall them.