Windows 10 I really need help

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  1. Clayton Pinter

    Clayton Pinter New Member

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    Ok, I have a windows 10 PC problem. Its either malware or a virus or whatever else there is. Antivirus didn't catch it. It wont let you open your start menu or search with cortana. After a while even the mouse stops working. I tried to press shift then restart from the login to do a system restore, reset, everything. It blue screens after about 5 seconds saying WDF_VIOLATION. Do any of you have a idea. Also I lost the windows repair disc.
     
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    ussnorway Windows Forum Team
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    = major cpu error... this error is not something you can fix.

    I recommend you format the system and try again.
     
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  4. Clayton Pinter

    Clayton Pinter New Member

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    Well now it won't turn on so I suppose that is bad. I'll look into getting a recovery disc.
     
  5. Clayton Pinter

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    now it will turn on. It is saying ">> checking media presence......... >> media present......... >> start PXE over ipv4 then ipv6
     
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    I think that is the hard drive speaking :/
     
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    Well. I have done some looking into on the other working computer, and I found that it happens when there is changes in the BIOS settings :/
     
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    It tells you that it will boot from PXE - the network.
    Try to get in BIOS by pressing a function key (see your manual) just after startup (in POST Power On System Test) and disable the netwerk boot
     
  9. Clayton Pinter

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    I got a windows recovery drive, it booted instantly into it (I thought was unusual) I then tried a hard reset and it says "unable to reset your pc. the system drive cannot be found" then during a refresh it says the drive is locked. I tried some commands on prompt like chkdsk v: /R and it didn't work either
     
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    I unplugged and plugged back in the hard drive now thats working, but the computer still randomly freezes then after restarting the whole cycle repeats
     
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    Hi,
    if you post in the section here including your dump files I'll take a look at them:
    Windows 10 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)

    This thread will help you collect the data needed:
    How to ask for help with a BSOD problem
     
  12. Clayton Pinter

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    heh, its more then that
     

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