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X1 Yoga BSOD, 2100 Detection error, +critical process died.

2016-05-27, 14:02 PM

I got my X1 Yoga on 28 March 2016.

 

After nearly 2 months with 5-10 BSOD breakdowns per day, Lenovo Support UK changed the SSD drive.

 

So if you have BSOD 2100 detection error, I can only recommend to change the SSD drive, and dont listen to all the excuses for not doing so by Lenovo.

 

After new SSD drive, my X1 Yoga has been performing ok.

Only 1 BSOD, WDF violation, when I tried to uninstall McAfee.

So SM 951 can be a crappy drive, but the new SM 951 apparently performing better.

 

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Re: X1 Yoga BSOD, 2100 Detection error, +critical process died.

2016-06-05, 10:21 AM

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Re: X1 Yoga BSOD, 2100 Detection error, +critical process died.

2016-06-12, 7:23 AM

I have the exact same BSOD errors on X1 yoga with 512 gb NVMe Samsung drive. Critical process died & 2100 detection error on storage device.

Unfortuntely, I cannot get into windows at all, nor can I reinstall windows so most probably all my files are gone!

BIOS is seeing the drive but installation media not. I even booted with a windows 10 usb drive and in device manage thenNVMe controllet has a yellow exclamation mark.  

Is anyone experiencing these errors again after replacing the NVMe?
I want to eliminate the possibility the motherboard causing the drive to go faulty. 

Thanks

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