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Zoltarh (EUW)
: I have the same problem, and i'll try your solution but can you elaborate what exactly you are doing by rebuilding the index ? I'd like to know what i'm doing before trying it
You're just resetting it. Everything turns back to normal (The way it was when you first installed windows). No files will be deleted.
: yes please explain. i have same problem, but before doing something that might be dangerous, an explanation would be nice
Found the answer here: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-performance/esediskflushconsistency-is-enabled-how-do-i/4f94065c-0d5f-4a32-961d-56427cf82cbf I checked event viewer after the crash happened and I found out that ESENT was what caused me to crash. Many people have had this problem as well.
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: Same shit here
I think I found a solution to the problem! **If you're on windows 10:** 1. Search for "Indexing options" on Windows (Also exists in control panel) 2. Click modify and uncheck the folder that starts with csc:// 4. Click advanced and then click "Rebuild index". 5. Wait for it to finish and restart your PC.
Boulhya36 (EUW)
: Same here
I think I found a solution to the problem! **If you're on windows 10:** 1. Search for "Indexing options" on Windows (Also exists in control panel) 2. Click modify and uncheck the folder that starts with csc:// 4. Click advanced and then click "Rebuild index". 5. Wait for it to finish and restart your PC.
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