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Derek12

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Hi 

After a couple of months everything working fine, now I got this weird Kernel panic in boot screen I have never found nor I can't find anything about it, but similar messages in Windows and Linux point to hardware issues, could it be the case?

 

Also Windows 10 has BSOD's once but I didn't though about it anymore

 

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try booting with -v -s, if it stops at root:    type without " " marks.  "mount -uw".  enter.        root:   "fsck -fy".  enter, wait for kernel and relinked kernel to rebuild then root: exit.    it may boot or shut down.    reboot normal a few times after.



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Thanks

After Windows 10 BSOD'd again (WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR) I realized it was my CPU undervolt has become unstable (I had it long time ago and was stable, memtest and Prime95) so I reverted to stock and seems to be fine, no BSODS nor KP.

 

Anyway I will run your commands in case of something being corrupt while the computer was unstable







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