I switched to using gtx 1050ti graphics card. My machine worked well with the previous version but I am facing an issue with this one:
D:\Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt It is on my display. This new graphics card sends me to the
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Hi Kristin, my name is Max and I'm an independent advisor.
This error SrtTrail.txt BSOD might be the result of the corrupted software or hardware issues. For instance, incompatible hardware or power supply overload.
I recommend that you follow the steps below to fix your issue:
- Go to the Automatic Repair screen to click on Advanced Options
- Tap on Troubleshoot - Advanced Options, then click on Command Prompt
- When the window shows up, input the following commands and click on Enter key after each command
- After that input the following command to make sure that all of that administrative information about the files and folders stored on the disk is correct. But you should know drive letters for all your hard drive partitions:
chkdsk /r C:
chkdsk /r D:
Note: You have to use the letters that correspond to your hard drive partitions on your PC in the place C: /D:
Important: While performing chkdsk on the hard drive, if any bad sectors are found on the hard drive then chkdsk tries to repair that sector if any data available on that might be lost.
Restart your PC and check.
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Power ON your computer and as Windows / manufacturer's Logo appears, Power OFF - Repeat 3 times
Now your computer will go into Advanced Recovery Environment
Advanced Options > Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings > Restart
Press 4 or F4 to enable Safe Mode (5 or F5 to enable Safe Mode with Networking)
Log in once Windows starts in safe mode
See whether you able to login. If yes, come out of this and start normally.
B. Another option when you are in Advanced Options in previous step is to choose (Note - You won't lose any files in this step)
1. System Restore - This will restore your system to a point when things were working fine.
2. Startup Repair - Startup Repair upgrade fixes all Windows errors and retains all files, applications and settings.
C. Penultimate option could be Reset this PC.
In Step A > Troubleshoot > Reset this PC - Keep my files and Remove everything. Choose this carefully as most likely you would like to keep your files.
All apps will be removed and windows will be reinstalled.
D. Last option could be to Go back to the previous Build, if it was an upgrade to 1809 -
In Step A > Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Go back to the previous Build
Do let me know if you have any more question or require further help. I would be happy to work with you to take you though this problem.
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