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Windows 10 is the most advanced operating system, but like other versions of Windows, it is not error-free. Many users report various problems, update errors and others from time to time. Some bugs are easy to fix, but some of them are quite difficult to fix.
The Srttrail.txt or MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION BSOD error is the critical error that users are faced with due to system malfunction and sends users to the BSOD error before the system starts. This Windows 10 error is frustrating enough and unexpectedly interrupts any work when the system is already running or loaded.
There is no exact reason for the error Srttrail.txt BSOD. But it is determined that the error may be caused by damaged software installed on the system or by hardware problems such as incompatible hardware overload or power overload.
Using the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE)
Press WinKey and X simultaneously.
From the Quick Link menu, select Off or Logout.
Hold down the Shift key and click Restart.
Navigate to Troubleshooting
In the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE):
In the “Troubleshooting” window, select “Advanced Options”.
In the new window, locate the system restore function.
If necessary, enter the administrator login data.
In the new window, click Next if you have already restored your system or select another system restore point option the first time you do so.
Click on Next
In the new window, select an item where you want to restore your Windows and check the changes made.
Click on Close
Start system recovery by clicking Next.
Resetting the MBR
Startup errors are almost always the result of a defective Master Boot Record (MBR). Resetting or repairing the MBR resets the MBR and drivers. This usually repairs damaged components.
Use the FixMbr option if you need to fix problems with the main boot record or if you need to delete the MBR code. This command does not overwrite the existing partition table on the hard disk.
Use the FixBoot option if the boot sector has been replaced by another non-standard code, if the boot sector is corrupt, or if you have installed an older version of the operating system next to a newer version.
Use the ScanOS option if the boot manager menu does not list all the operating systems installed on your computer. This option scans all drives for all compatible installations and displays the inputs that are not in the BCD memory.
Use the RebuildBcd option if you have no other option and need to recreate the BCD (Boot Configuration Data) memory.
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