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Windows 10 Blue Screen Of Death (BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO)

While using Windows 10, I went to the system BIOS, and I think I messed something up inside there, which caused the BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO BSoD. I tried all methods to get it all up and running, but to no avail. I followed the Boot Path in BIOS, updated the BIOS from A04 to A13, added boot option from Microsoft guide, rebuilded the BCD, system restored to an older version, but it did not work. However, I booted Windows 11 from a USB Flash Drive but it did work without errors. What am I doing wrong here and what can I do to fix it? Please help, thanks.

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If the problem started after a BIOS settings change, try going into BIOS and reset it back to factory defaults. If that doesn't work, try resetting Windows. A clean install (possibly with Windows 11) may be a final resort.

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If you have a bugcheck code, check the KB first.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...

It seems to be something in the registry, not in the boot settings, so you probably wasn’t looking at the right place to begin with.

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