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V110 G1 on Win10.
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Author:  monkey1911 [ Sun May 17, 2020 7:50 pm ]
Post subject:  V110 G1 on Win10.

The V110 I picked up has Win10Pro installed. It gets random HAL Initialization failed BSODs. I've reinstalled win10, added all of the Getac drivers to the windows driver pool, and it keeps doing it. When it does it, it takes a couple of reboots until it will finally run again. It's getting annoying. Run Linux Mint and Manajro just fine, but I need Windows for radio CPS software.

i5-4300u, 8gb DDR3, 256gb SSD.

Author:  ADOR [ Sun May 24, 2020 5:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: V110 G1 on Win10.

Are you running the Linux disks the same amount of time as the windows OS runs?

Author:  monkey1911 [ Fri May 29, 2020 2:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: V110 G1 on Win10.

ADOR wrote:
Are you running the Linux disks the same amount of time as the windows OS runs?


I only ran linux for 2 days to rule out a hardware problem. I do have a larger SSD enroute so I can have both Win10 and a flavor of linux as well. So currently it just has Win10 Pro on it. It runs great under Linux and while it's 50/50 to BSOD on a normal boot.... it will always boot into safe mode or windows recovery mode if I use the boot hotkeys.

Author:  ADOR [ Mon Jun 01, 2020 6:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: V110 G1 on Win10.

Have you tried running it with just windows 10 and not loading any Getac drivers. That way you can eliminate it being a Getac driver issue.

Author:  monkey1911 [ Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: V110 G1 on Win10.

ADOR wrote:
Have you tried running it with just windows 10 and not loading any Getac drivers. That way you can eliminate it being a Getac driver issue.


When I first got the system it had zero getac drivers or software on it. I didn't hunt down the getac driver pack until after the BSOD 20 minutes after I pulled it out of the bay box, then when that didn't work I did a full clean install from a Retail USB stick and it still didn't 100% fix it. Win10 2004 does seem to have calmed it down.... now it will boot to desktop the 2nd try instead of 4 or 5 tries under 1909.

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