Bootloop after enjoying video with MPC Vintage.(Corrupt driving force/DX9?)

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Bootloop after enjoying video with MPC Vintage.(Corrupt driving force/DX9?)

Upon looking to play a video (ts. recording if it issues) with MPC Vintage, the message: “DX9AllocatorPresenter failed D3DERR_NOTAVAILABLE” seemed. At the subsequent boot/ever since, I’m caught in a bsod/bootloop with the “Vital carrier failed” code and all recognized treatments together with automated restore and each and every imaginable complex startup atmosphere reminiscent of “disable driving force signature enforcement”, protected mode and so forth. turns out to fail. This occurs for the 3rd time inside this laptop’s first yr (at all times similar instances which additionally prolly alerts that this is not a {hardware} factor, expectantly!) and this time gadget repair additionally fails (the one resolution that did the trick prior to now), and I would actually REALLY desire now not having to structure/reset Home windows as soon as once more. However even supposing I do this, I wish to in finding the reason for the problem so it does not occur once more.

My bet is that every so often MPC Vintage
encounters an issue with a .ts video document which by some means turns out to deprave Direct X and/or Nvidia Video Driving force, growing the bootloop. I may well be mistaken in fact.
I have were given get right of entry to within the restoration cmd and I have additionally made a Hiren bootable rescue flash force so I have additionally were given get right of entry to to my arduous disks and a few elementary gear. Additionally attempted opening a command advised all through my Hiren boot to check some prompt fixes discovered on-line:
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and/or
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lead to:
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ends up in:
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If my assumption is proper, perhaps if I used to be ready to by some means uninstall and/or reinstall Nvidia driving force and/or Direct X by the use of the Hiren Boot or Home windows Restoration cmd line would do the trick?

Or if I’m mistaken, is there the rest I will be able to do to fix the issue and now not need to reset/reinstall Home windows?
If any person has any concepts how you can resolve and even troubleshoot this one, (the newest .dmp document in minidumps appears to be changed a month in the past, I have additionally checked Gadget.evtx with a program referred to as “Tournament Log Explorer” however closing match is a couple of hours earlier than the primary BSOD – and they are not of the “error” or “vital kind”, perhaps I wish to test a unique evtx document?) I would be greater than greateful. Thank you so much.

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