GPU crashes, Failed with 0x57 retrieving AppModel Runtime status for package Windows.

Gidday all, I've been running into a issue with my GPU crashing and I have nailed it down to the error in event viewer " Failed with 0x57 retrieving AppModel Runtime status for package Windows. "

I have changed gpu drivers, completely uninstalled drivers, wiped my m.2 and reinstalled windows and nothing worked. Any ideas? Thank you

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I have the same problem with a Rx580 and 5 3600. It is a brand new build and install of windows with all the latest drivers.

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Which version of windows did you install? I recently built my pc as well

having the same issue.  Game crashes 5 and 20 mins of play. No bsod though.

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I installed Window 10 Pro and updated to 2004. I read last night that the optional patch H2 that is coming has fixed the issue for some people

Thankfully no game crashes for me just an inability to play. No bsod either. A restart helps for a few minutes before it happens again.

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I also have the same issue, windows crashing to BSOD. Checked event viewer found that. But Its happening with my online only games. Anybodye fixed this yet or know when microsoft is going to fix this bug. TIA

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same on siege and metro exudus just happened twice still cant figure whats going on

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Gidday all, I've been running into a issue with my GPU crashing and I have nailed it down to the error in event viewer " Failed with 0x57 retrieving AppModel Runtime status for package Windows. "

I have changed gpu drivers, completely uninstalled drivers, wiped my m.2 and reinstalled windows and nothing worked. Any ideas? Thank you

Bro I think I have solve the problem. Its something to do with people having high refresh rate monitors. 
Disable variable refresh rate in 

windows settings>System>display>graphics properties and turn off variable refresh rate and restart. 
keep hardware accelerated gpu scheduling on. It actually improves performance. Hope this helps. 

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This problem happend to me each time nvidia drivers gets updated since the feb 2020.

The only solution I found was to update the drivers, before restarting enter the device manager and disable this: https://imgur.com/lAJH4UM

They are all the new devices that are added/re-enabled by the driver update.

If I forget to do that the system is unstable and even just using the browser can trigger the driver crash and a system self-reboot.

I have not found a permanent solution to this.

In addition to this issue there is a connected issue that is very rare, the screen seems to constantly change display size every 200ms or so but it get solved by rebooting and never leads to a BSOD or crash, event the log viewer is clean.

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I can't seem to find any settings for variable refresh rate on my PC side... I can change that on my monitor though?

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Thank you for the hard work and time.

I will certainly try the fix.

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Thank you for the hard work and time.

I will certainly try the fix.

Man it was a temporary fix. After I did that, everything was running fine and ok. Then this morning when I booted to windows, this issue happened again. 
So I went digging again and the problem was on Microsoft's side. They messed up some vital app container file. 

Only way to fix this is to update to windows 20H2 through Windows insider program from beta ring. 

Solution link : https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/game-ready-drivers/13/387535/solvedfailed-with-0x57-retrieving-appmodel-runtime/

Updating fixed the issue but I am still getting BSODs, And this time the event viewer is empty. No error or this specific error was there. Thus right now I am clueless what is causing this issue.
I was playing games peacefully in my 1909 version windows, updates really messed sh#t up. Why windows releases sh#tty, buggy updates I'll never know. 😪

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