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What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting after a BSOD event that can chew up the operating system?



 
 
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Old September 14th 20, 06:14 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.microsoft.windows
Arlen Holder
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Default What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting after a BSOD event that can chew up the operating system?

What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting after
a BSOD event that can chew up the operating system if allowed to reboot?
1. Disable autostart after updates:
2. Disable autostart after BSOD crashes:
3. Disable faststartup & hibernation
4. Disable sleep modes
Anything else?

Details below...

1. Disable autostart after updates:
o To disable autostart after updates:
Win+R %windir%\system32\taskschd.msc /s {ctrl+shft+enter}
Win+R cmd {ctrl+shift+enter} %windir%\system32\taskschd.msc /s
Task Scheduler Library Microsoft Windows UpdateOrchestrator
Right click on the task named "Reboot_AC" & click "Disable" to disable.

2. Disable autostart after BSOD crashes:
o To disable autostart after BSOD crashes:
Win+R control.exe {ctrl+shift+enter}
View by: Category
System and Security System Advanced System Settings
Bring up Startup & Recovery settings:
Startup and Recovery Settings
Uncheck the system failure automatically-restart option:
System failure
[x]Write an event to the system log
[_]Automatically restart
OK OK

3. Disable faststartup & hibernation
o To turn off faststartup (i.e., fastboot) & hibernate
powercfg /h /type reduced
powercfg /h /type full
Win+R powercfg.cpl Choose what the power buttons do
Change settings that are currently unavailable
Shutdown settings
DEFAULT:
[x]Turn on fast startup (recommended)
[x]Sleep
[_]Hibernate
[x]Lock
Change to:
[_]Turn on fast startup (recommended)
[x]Sleep
[_]Hibernate
[x]Lock
Note you can have "hibernate" (reduced) without "faststartup";
but you can't have fast startup without hibernate (full or reduced).

4. Disable sleep modes
o Disable sleep
Note there are two types of sleep: Hybrid Sleep mode.
Win+R powercfg.cpl
Change when the computer sleeps
DEFAULT:
Turn off the display 10 minutes
Put the computer to sleep 30 minutes
Change to:
Turn off the display Never
Put the computer to sleep Never
Sleep allow hybrid sleep = Off
Change advanced power settings (note 0 means never).
Note: Sleep stores in RAM what Hibernate stores in "Hiberfile.sys".
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Old September 14th 20, 07:33 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.microsoft.windows
John Doe[_8_]
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Default What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting after a BSOD event that can chew up the operating system?

BSODs?
Periodically restore and backup your system so you continuously build on
a clean installation without ever getting it dirty.
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Old September 14th 20, 07:53 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.comp.microsoft.windows
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Default What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting after a BSOD event that can chew up the operating system?

Arlen Holder wrote:
What else in Win10 can we turn off that hinders successful rebooting


Is this an M2N78LA motherboard ?

It apparently loses the ability to detect SATA drives,
as part of some failure issue.

HP made an announcement at the time, that there was a higher than
normal failure rate, and they extended the warranty by one year
for flavors of M2N78LA.

The chips is Geforce 9100. I couldn't find a diagram but it
sounds suspiciously like a 6100/6150 kind of approach. They
call it "chipset", but it might just be one 40W NB/SB chip
that has both a GPU and the SATA ports, all in one chip.
The chip should have at least a 40mm fan on it, just for
appearances (since there's no way a 40mm fan can cool a
40W chip). The 40W was the spec for the chip, that I could
find.

The memory is hosted by the Phenom, so the memory sticks
aren't off the chipset chip.

Using a graphics card, may cause the chipset to run cooler.

This smells kinda like the NVidia failing BGA problem, the
lack of a proper underfill on the BGA. But I don't know what
year that happened. OK, it took a few searches but the
issue showed around 2007/2008 or so. Suspicious.

Paul
 




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