DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION

fsalazar

New Member
Hi everybody, I just followed the windows 10 700MB tutorial of @chriswayg, almost all working for now but I am receiving blue screen DPC watchdog violation, I google it and it seems that because the Turn on fast startup function is enable (on power options). The error occurs when rebooting the PC, that's why I think its because this feature. Other people says that it occurs when a bad SATA controller is installed, but I think this is not the case, hope you can help me :)
 

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Kasual

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Check in the drivers section components related to storage and memory as your issue is related to storage.

I'll try to keep:
amdsata
amdsbs
memory module
nvdimm device
storage class memory bus
persistent memory disk
storage class memory volume
 

fsalazar

New Member
Check in the drivers section components related to storage and memory as your issue is related to storage.

I'll try to keep:
amdsata
amdsbs
memory module
nvdimm device
storage class memory bus
persistent memory disk
storage class memory volume
Thank you very much Kasual, I tried with the original iso (no ntlite modifications) and the whatchdog error continues, it happens with Windows 10 1607 (July 2016); so I decided to move to Windows 10 1703 (march 2017), also my Realtek sound card needed as minimum this Windows version (Windows 10 version 15063.0 or higher), about this sound card issue, what do you think? I got surprised with this requirement (sound card windows version requirement!), I haven't look for the 1607 sound card drivers (I gave up) and decided to move to the 1703 version....
 

Kasual

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I decided to move to Windows 10 1703 (march 2017), also my Realtek sound card needed as minimum this Windows version (Windows 10 version 15063.0 or higher), about this sound card issue, what do you think? I got surprised with this requirement (sound card windows version requirement!), I haven't look for the 1607 sound card drivers (I gave up) and decided to move to the 1703 version....
Realtek now uses an app for audio control as i have read now and the minimum build version supported is 15063 (1703). The universal audio driver (UAD) doesn't include the audio control, the Realtek app is rated 72% on 1 star out of 5.

You can try audio driver for Win7 or Win8 for this 15063 or older Win 10 build (long time ago used some xp drivers in 7 and lucky me, they worked).
 

fsalazar

New Member
Realtek now uses an app for audio control as i have read now and the minimum build version supported is 15063 (1703). The universal audio driver (UAD) doesn't include the audio control, the Realtek app is rated 72% on 1 star out of 5.

You can try audio driver for Win7 or Win8 for this 15063 or older Win 10 build (long time ago used some xp drivers in 7 and lucky me, they worked).
Thank you, I will try that later...
I have new issue:
On a new Windows installation non modified (WIN10 ver 1703), there is a Storage Controller Hardware: Microsoft Storage Spaces Controller, so I proceed to capture the HWList and "protect" this HWList in Compatibility tab, when navigating to the drivers, this hardware doesn't seems to be there, and when making a new modified ISO and installing the OS, there is a Unknown Device (in other devices) that is impossible to install that corresponds to this Storage Controller, is this a NTLite bug? and (for now) what should be selected to have this hardware recognized in to installed devices?... thanks
 

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Clanger

Well-Known Member
And you need Store for Intel igpu Control Panel too. It seems that after R2.82 realtek went store, their website has changed and i cant find a newer audio driver for love nor money. Screw this store lark. Beware intel DCH drivers. :mad:

Edit - Realtek email you a download link now, no direct downloads anymore. :mad:
 

fsalazar

New Member
Thanks guys, keeping Stores spaces worked, sorry for the delayed response, once something works we forget the forums :p. Thanks a lot ! you always help !
 
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