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  • Hola amigo,
    No tengo la solucion por tu problema,
    pero creo que si tu escribes en ingles en ves de español, mas gente podran ayudarte.

    Te deseo mucho exito!

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  • A quick googling of Csvfs.sys got me this 

    CsvFs. sys blue screen (BSOD) issues are often due Windows Server 2012 Datacenter's missing or corrupt device drivers, or if the associated hardware is malfunctioning.
    Presumably, it would be the same in 2016. Have you added or removed any hardware recently? If not, have you tried using DISM to repair the install yet? 
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  • Your operating system seems to be corrupt, and since you are using CSVFS driver, I suppose it is a part of the Microsoft Failover Cluster. If that is the case and you are mostly running Hyper-V virtual machines, just migrate all of them off the problematic host and reinstall in from scratch. Alternatively, you can perform an in-place upgrade from a USB https://www.starwindsoftware.com/blog/how-to-create-bootable-windows-server-2016-usb using the same version and build of the OS currently running and selecting to keep applications and files. DISM and SFC are very popular suggestions that may fix the problems with your system, but unlike the methods above, that is not guaranteed and may consume a lot of time.
    Bienvenido a la Comunidad!
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