After an OS install or big OS update we get to treat the PC as-if it was a new OS install.
Windows has not changed in decades in this regard. That is, still driver hell where we go out and collect the updates for the machine which include BIOS, motherboard and all the other drivers.
My thought is that many today thought Microsoft would do all that for us. But so far, no change from what I'm seeing. Same Ol' Softy.
Seeking help to correct a forever flashing screen with windows 10. Computer has not been working for some time, even prior to recent update. But I recently got around to attempting to fix it.
The only way I have been able to attempt to fix issues is in safe mode with command prompt, all other safe mode versions lead to a continued flashing screen where I am unable to click open any program.
From other videos and forums I tried to stop several processes in msconfig.exe , such as:
Any Apple Product
All Virus Protection Programs
I have also unclicked the error reporting methods shown by several videos.
I have uninstalled my driver for my graphics card and bluetooth driver.
I have also tried to rollback to the previous version of Windows, then I get the blue screen saying to look into a WDF_Violation.
Still unsure of what to do. The Flashing Continues.
The computer itself was using Windows 7 prior to this, as I said this has been an issue for well over a year, so not affected by the recent updates, but instead likely from the initial Windows 10 install.
Hope me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope.