Hello everyone! Iíve been experiencing daily recurring BSOD for quite some time now and no matter what Iíve tried in order to resolve the issue, Iíve not been able to track down the root cause of the problem. Those BSOD are almost always due to memory corruption (bugcheck code: 0x1A) and the crash takes place in the Windows kernel (ntoskrnl.exe and ntkrnlmp.exe).
Let me get in details:
- I own a Lenovo Y50- 70 non-touch laptop (1080p, w/ GTX 860M).
- I am currently running Windows 10 Pro x64; thatís a fresh installation.
- I have updated my BIOS to the latest version available.
- Iíve installed all the latest drivers, which are listed on the Lenovo website; Iíve hidden every single (generic) driver, that Windows Update keeps forcing me to install.
- I have formatted my drive (and reinstalled Windows) way too many times; a virus causing these BSOD is highly unlikely.
- I do have tested my RAM modules with MemTest86 (8 passes, several times- will rerun it tonight) and Windows Memory Diagnostic tool; both found no errors at all.
- Iíve enabled Driver Verified; an archive (.7z) containing five minidumps and their corresponding complete memory dumps can be downloaded
here [Dropbox link].
I am looking forward for your help. Thanks for your time!