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So, I will share a CMD hack that you can use in Safe Mode instead. We are going to uninstall the Hardlock Device Driver. Reinstall the latest Windows 10 update and check if you are still met with the BSOD hardlock.sys error. What’s notable is that the file is not essential for running your Windows10 computer.
It was developed by a third-party vendor but has been signed by Microsoft. That doesn’t mean that you should delete the file altogether. There are ways to fix the issue, and we will discuss all of them below.
If this is a backup route, specifies whether the route is disabled or enabled. These values determine the size and location of the cache. The Registry has subkeys for each cache directory. Each cache directory subkey has the same values as those listed in this section.
Again, I recommend that you take due care before installing new updates on any Windows 10 computer. Keep an eye out on the news to check if there are any reports of broken computers. You will have to uninstall current updates that are causing all the issues and pause them until a stable version is released. Once again, open your computer in Safe Mode if you can’t access drivers from the Device Manager normally. We have written an in-depth guide on drivers, but not everyone can access the system normally due to the BSOD error.
To change the base of a value by using Regedt32 1. To change the base of a value by using Regedit 1.
On the Edit menu, click New, then point to DWORD Value. If you use Calculator, on the View menu, click Scientific. By using this setting, you can enter numbers in either hexadecimal or decimal base and click the applicable button to convert the numbers to either of these formats. Numeric values and ranges listed in the following tables are expressed exactly as they appear in the Registry. Some values that take the REG_DWORD data type can be expressed as either hexadecimal or decimal numbers, or in hex or decimal base. If the defined value is represented in a hexadecimal base, the value is preceded by "0x" to indicate that it is hexadecimal. If you change values for any of the Registry entries described in this document, try to limit the number of changes made at one time.
But after migration an connecting the Windows 10 client we could not connect. I hope one of the solutions mentioned above worked for you.