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I downloaded Windows 10 (free upgrade - NO disk) some months ago. It has been running fine up until 3 days ago. 

 

Now in continuous BSOD loop which I can't break into to take any corrective action.

 

Gives me the HP blue startup screen followed by: 

 

Black screen with flashing cursor top left (runs for between 30 secs and 30 mins!), followed by:

 

Windows image, 'Preparing Automatic Repair', followed by:

 

'Your PC ran into problems and needs to restart. We're just checking some error info, and then we'll restart for you.'

 

Displays 'WDF_VIOLATION' message, alternating with BAD_SYS_CONFIG message underneath.

 

This is non stop. 

 

Tried F8 and F12, to no avail. 

 

Tried repeatedly turning on and off, to no avail.

 

No disks of any kind available. 

 

Just can't do anything to get past this.

 

Desperately need to use computer. Any help gratefully accepted!

 

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Hello @canadadogman,

 

Welcome to HP Support Forums, I'm here to help. 🙂

 

I read your post and came to know that your PC is not booting. Let's try to access the recovery partition. Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key about once every second until the  Choose and option screen is displayed, and then continue.

 

If you are able to access system recovery, try to perform a system restore, refer this: http://hp.care/2bSk7wj

If system restore fails then try a recovery, but you will loose all data. refer this: http://hp.care/2cf8noz

I would also suggest running a diagnostics to identify potential hardware failures, this guide should help you initiate hardware diagnostics: http://hp.care/2bjZGry

 

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Many thanks for your help but sorry, F11 will not break into the loop or cause any other screen to appear...

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Hi @canadadogman,

 

Since you are not able to access the recovery partition, I would suggest performing a BIOS recovery. Refer this: http://hp.care/2e7zxwT

If BIOS recovery is a success, try to access system recovery to perform a system restore or recovery.

You can also initiate a hardware diagnostics to identify potential hardware failures. Tap F2 repeatedly while you power on the PC. refer this: http://hp.care/2e7xoBk

 

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