Windows 10: Experiencing reboot loop, BSOD, cannot identify the cause.

Discus and support Experiencing reboot loop, BSOD, cannot identify the cause. in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Hello, i am having an issue with my PC and after doing many google searches my self I am at a loss, i cannot figure out the issue. I have several... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Tue E, Sep 16, 2020.

  1. Tue E Win User

    Experiencing reboot loop, BSOD, cannot identify the cause.


    Hello, i am having an issue with my PC and after doing many google searches my self I am at a loss, i cannot figure out the issue.


    I have several problems, they are:


    - When i boot the PC, it appears windows boots twice before going to the login screen

    - Once i am logged on, the pc will start to experience display drivers failing the screen turns black, then turns back on. If i am runnig a game i will receive error messages from that game, that the driver has stopped working. The display driver will continue to crash and restart, with around 10-20 seconds intervals, after several of theese the PC will automaticly reboot.

    - After reboot, the problem usually occours again after logging in again, then i get BSOD.

    - After simply chosing to reboot the systme from BSOD, the next time i login the PC runs perfectly fine, i can use the machine normally for an entire day with no issue.

    - Problem occours again once i shutdown or reboot, or wake from sleep.


    I have tried updating the display drivers, updating the BIOS, and have not seen anything help.

    I have for a long time experienced the display turning black and back on, this was fixed by simply shutting down the monitor and turning it back on. After i updated to windows 10 2004 these other problems seem to have started to occur, but not sure if it is related.


    Hope anyone can help me out.


    Link to zip file of minidump file

    :)
     
    Tue E, Sep 16, 2020
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  2. Identifying driver causing BSOD

    My laptop suddenly went into BSOD with the error IRQL_NOTLESS_OR_EQUAL. I tried using a bsod viewer to identify the driver but it just states ntoskrnl.exe. I have the dump files available, will it be helpful in identifying the driver that is causing this
    issue?
     
    SilentstormSP, Sep 16, 2020
    #2
  3. Arjay Dom Win User
    bsod loop device verifier ionmanager violation

    Hi Tom,

    To better assist you, provide the answers to the following questions:

    • Have you made any changes on your device prior to the issue?
    • What is the complete error message that you're seeing on the screen?

    For the meantime, we suggest checking the answers on the following threads below which we found similar and helpful in resolving the issue:

    Windows 10 Driver Verifier BSOD loop.. how to get out of it?

    Windows 10 stuck in bsod reboot loop

    Let us know if you need further assistance.
     
    Arjay Dom, Sep 16, 2020
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  4. Thrackan Win User

    Experiencing reboot loop, BSOD, cannot identify the cause.

    PC reboots (no BSOD) on CPU stress

    Hi fellow TPU members,

    not too long ago, the box my gf's PC was transported in gave way on the stairs. Yes, you got it right, that sent a PC tumbling down a flight of steps alright.

    Stuff broke. Also, stuff remained intact somehow.

    I bought her a new case, new CPU cooler and we removed the floppy drive, so far so good. But the PC started crashing for no apparent reason, without a BSOD.

    I tested:
    • Memtest86+, left overnight, 0 errors
    • Scanned the HDD for errors, nothing there
    • Left FurMark burning up the GFX card and drawing some power, no problems there
    • Ran Ubuntu from a Live CD doing nothing special, didn't crash
    • Ran OCCT, Linpack, Prime95, all 3 caused reboots within minutes
    • Oh, and I disabled "Restart on error" so I'm sure it's not a BSOD.
    Now, I can still try and test something CPU intensive on Ubuntu, but my guess is the CPU didn't survive.
    Before I do anything drastic like whippin' out the magic wallet and get her a new AMD quad, is there anything I didn't see?
    I'm guessing the motherboard could be borkered as well, but can I check that other than replacing the CPU with a working one?
    Any suggestions on which proggies I can use from an Ubuntu Live CD to stress the CPU?
     
    Thrackan, Sep 16, 2020
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