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Blue Screen of Death (windows 10)

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HP 15 da0086nr
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'm in the Navy, actively deployed. My laptop has been running fine - I mainly use it to produce music with Ableton 10+ Suite. This keeps my sanity on the boat. Recently I turned it on to what I'm learning is the "Blue Screen of Death." It's the automatic recovery system with my StopCode error,

 

PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA

or

WimFsf.sys

 

I tried my own hand at this by playing in the BIOS (it says it doesn't have the proper load files, and I don't have my HP boot cd with me). So that's out. I tried a system recovery with F11, but it pops up with Boot Configuration Data missing or contains errors.

 

File: \EFI\Microsoft\Recovery\BCD

Error code: 0xc000014c

 

Now, all signs are pointing naturally to me booting with the installation disc, but I don't have that now. My route I haven't been able to explore is the Advanced BIOS or SafeMode. It doesn't seem to want to load into safe mode, and I can't seem to get this Hard Reset to work (or at least bring up the menu with Continue Normally or to bypass auto-restart. Any of it).

 

My laptop has a fixed battery, and the process supposedly is to interrupt the startup at HP symbol 3 times holding power for 8-10 seconds. I do this but never receive a menu for Troubleshooting or Hard Resets. I really want to get this thing working. With the corona virus outbreak we're stuck here in port in isolation, and this surely would ease a sailor's mind to be able to make some music.

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@OldFallenJedi 

Sorry to tell you this, but this error is more often than not caused by bad RAM -- and that is especially bad news for you because you probably have no way to replace that, in your situation.

 

Here is a thread with some things you can try to address that:  https://www.tomshardware.com/news/how-to-fix-page-fault-error-windows-10,36234.html

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