You may not strange to Windows backup anymore, but maybe you don’t know that Windows OS also has the system restore function. This feature allows you to generate snapshots of your Windows system and will restore it when any error occurred.
When you choose to enable this feature, Windows OS will automatically create snapshots of the system and save on your hard drive. When something goes wrong with the Windows OS, it will use these snapshots to recover the computer.
For example, if you face the DPC watchdog violation issue, it will turn the whole computer to a blue screen immediately. You won’t be able to open the computer as well as access it. But if you have enabled the system restore function before, there are however a few good restore points that you can roll your Windows computer back.
In fact, these restore points aren’t a complete backup version. It’s just a snapshot of your Windows OS, but can help to revert any wrong on your computer.
To resolve the DPC watchdog violation issue, you may try the above method or need to download the latest version of the firmware on your solid state drive and update it to the most recent one. By that, the problem will be automatically resolved.