01-23-2017 03:33 AM
Installed all drivers on the drivers-page on lenovo.com.
See atatchment for list of bluescreens.
Trackpad often goes nuts. A few months ago the newest trackpad driver from lenovo gave me bluescreen the moment it was tuched, but the one windows found kind of worked.
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01-23-2017 01:26 PM
How long have you been getting these BSOD's. Have you already called Lenovo Warranty Support for this. Now from the Bug Check Code your system seems to have a bad Hard drive or Memory Modules. I would recommend doing a hardware scan with Lenovo Solution Center or Lenovo Companion. I would also recommend backing up your files. If you get any error code from the test please get in touch with Lenovo to check out your support options.
Hope this helps.
01-24-2017 08:21 AM
Yes, I called support, before and after I reinstalled windows, he said it was a software problem and all they would do was to reinstall windows again so I never sent it in for repairs.
I've run Lenovo Solution Center's scan and windows memory-scan many times.
It started some days after I bought it last august. It began immediately after installing the new BIOS(the guy at Lenovo support said it was the correct BIOS), possibly a coincidence.
I keep all my important files on dropbox and github.
01-24-2017 08:35 AM
I would recommend then that you send in the unit for repair, most of the error codes you have are memory related, and would require further testing. Please contact Lenovo Warranty Support.
02-06-2017 03:04 AM - edited 02-06-2017 03:07 AM
Thank you for replaying.
If someone with the same problem finds this thread, this is how it ended:
The lenovo driver page had a lot of new drivers from 23. January, I installed all and the problem became MUCH worse. Only a few(<5) minutes between bluescreens with different error codes.
I used lenovos restore function to restore to the original image. It worked well enough to install all the updates, but when the newest updates were installed the problem was back, maybe even worse.
I used the windows function to reinstall windows, but the installation ended with a reboot loop at 64% done.
I then used Microsoft's clean install tool to create a bootable USB-stick on a different PC to format the main partition and install Windows 10 without any Lenovo awfulness, only the drivers Windows finds. 100% problem free since...