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Clean Install 19.2.2 BSOD

Question asked by zendrixen on Feb 14, 2019
Latest reply on Feb 19, 2019 by xaldorn

The title says it all. Updated to the new drivers, that had Metro Exodus support, with a clean install, and got a BSOD, a Kernel Security Check Failure one. After that, tried running the Windows´s driver check, and got stuck on a BSOD loop, meaning there *were* driver related issues. This made me reset the pc, keeping the files, but even that didnt work (Now having the IRQL_NOR_LESS_NOR_EQUAL). Trying a clean reset. It is the second time this happens to me, the last time being with 19.1.1.