BSOD: "SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED". Can enter safe mode.

Dakath

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So, lately I've been having some problems with Windows, lots of blue screens out of nowhere. The first I don't remember exactly but it was something to do with my graphics card, so I went on to safe mode to try to reinstall my AMD driver, the problem was that my safe mode (none of them) wouldn't boot, so I gave up and booted windows normally and it worked until now.

Today the first BSOD was: "DRIVER_OVERRAN_STACK_BUFFER"

I've had viruses problems as well, couple days after I got rid of them it started,not sure if these problems are related.

I booted again and while my desktop loaded the other blue screen (the one in the title) shows up, everytime.

It would be amazing if there were a way to fix this without a windows 10 dvd, I don't have one.

I don't know if all my specs are necessary but my graphics card is Radeon HD 7770 1gb



Please, anything else just ask.


Disclaimer: English is not my first language.

EDIT: SO GUYS, AFTER 30 MINUTES LOADING MY SAFE MODE BOOTED, IM SORRY. Still need help though.
 

flobernd

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You might have missed a rootkit or something. I would STRONGLY recommend you to do a clean installation of Windows. You don't need a Windows DVD. Just grab your copy here and install it from a USB drive:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

A valid key is required of course (if you bought a retail/OEM system, just choose the "enter key later" option. Windows will automatically activate after installation).

Edit: There is a tutorial how to perform a clean installation using the Media Creation Tool here:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3567655/clean-installation-windows.html
 

flobernd

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May 17, 2018
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You might have missed a rootkit or something. I would STRONGLY recommend you to do a clean installation of Windows. You don't need a Windows DVD. Just grab your copy here and install it from a USB drive:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

A valid key is required of course (if you bought a retail/OEM system, just choose the "enter key later" option. Windows will automatically activate after installation).

Edit: There is a tutorial how to perform a clean installation using the Media Creation Tool here:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/faq/id-3567655/clean-installation-windows.html
 

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