rtf64x64.sys Blue Screen error happens in random intervals but it is a regular occurrence, it can happen when playing games, when watching movies, or even when the computer is idle. in this article we will guide you on how to resolve this error from the most simple steps you could take and do not worry, altho the error seems dreadfully and scary, it is nothing to worry about.
If you can boot Windows normally after error great, proceed with instructions, else reboot into safe mode or use installation media to boot.
“Windows could not configure one or more system components. To install Windows restart the computer with error code 0xc1900101-0x30018.”When you check on the Windows 10 rollback log, you will see a part with the “iisetup.exe” that’s related to the abort. Usually, the upgrade process completes over 50% and gets stuck and then rolls back later on and generates the error logs. This kind of error, in most cases, appears during the upgrade of Windows 10 and is related to the Internet Information Services or IIS in Windows 10. For some unknown reason, it restricts the installation or the upgrade which causes the error to appear. To fix the “Windows could not configure one or more system components” error, you can try to remove the IIS from the Windows Features or rename the “inetsrv” folder. You could also move all the folders related to IIS to another drive. For more details, refer to the options provided below.
Enter Cooler Master XG850 PLUS PLATINUM, a new, in-house designed power supply from Cooler Master. I will admit that in last years I was a big fan of Cooler Master and their components, well not all but power supply and PC cases were always products from them that I liked and used. The latest power supply from them does not disappoint and I must say that I like it very much, it is hi-quality, it is silent, it has a large LCD display where you can see its current state and also has some RGB lights so it looks cool in your case.
So without further detours here are the technical specifications and then we will talk a little about it.
|ATX Version: Intel ATX 12V Ver. 2.53|
|PFC: Active PFC|
|Input Voltage: 100-240V|
|Input Current: 12-6A|
|Input Frequency: 50-60Hz|
|Dimensions (L x W x H): 160 x 150 x 86 mm|
|Fan Size: 135mm|
|Fan Speed: 1800 RPM|
|Noise Level @ 100%: ≤ 25 dBA|
|Efficiency: ≥ 92% @ Typical Load|
|80 PLUS Rating: 80 PLUS Platinum|
|ErP 2014 Lot 3: Yes|
|Operating Temperature: 0-50°C|
|Power Good Signal: 100 - 150 ms|
|Hold Up Time: ≥ 16ms|
|MTBF: >100,000 Hours|
|Protections: OPP, OVP, OCP, UVP, SCP, OTP, Surge, and Inrush Protection|
|Regulatory: TUV, cTUVus, CE, BSMI, FCC, CCC, EAC, UKCA|
|ATX 24 Pin Connectors: 1|
|EPS 4+4 Pin Connectors: 1|
|EPS 8 Pin Connector: 1|
|SATA Connectors: 12|
|Peripheral 4 Pin Connectors: 4|
|PCI-e 6+2 Pin Connectors: 6|
|USB Protocol 10P: 1|
|Series: XG Series|
|80 Plus: Platinum|
|Modular: Full Modular|
|Wattage: Above 750W|
If we put aside the technical characteristics of the power supply itself we are left with visual and real working experience. Now real working experience will not be covered here since yea it is working great but it needs some time and a long period of testing in order to be able to say that it is indeed reliable and great but considering I have never had any issues personally with power supplies from Cooler Master I will assume that this one is also very reliable and hi-quality.
That leaves us basically with looks and feels of supply itself and I must say that I like it, and I mean I like it a lot. It feels hi-quality and it looks hi-quality. The LCD display is very good looking and it is very crisp and readable. With power supply some proprietary software so you can choose what you want on display on the screen and also you can control RGB and display colors with it.
I have not opened the power supply to see how it looks inside but from what I could see I think this would be my new power supply if I were building a new PC now. I recommend it and if you decide to get it I hope it will serve you long long time.
Thank you for reading and I hope to see you next time.