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       18 Aug 2016 #131

    A memory dump is only necessary when requested
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       18 Aug 2016 #132

    I would like to use the elimination troubleshooting method that I have only suggested once or twice. I suggest it based on the various BSODs you've had since the clean installation (various of BSODs usually point to hardware problems).

    This elimination starts with the removal of as much as possible stuff on the system (physically and virtually) that you're not planning on using anytime soon.
    Once this is done and another crash occurs, remove another program. Keep doing this until there is no program left or you've found the cause.
    If no program is left, see if you can ask someone to test your hardware in his/her system except for the motherboard. If everything has been tested in another system with no problem then the motherboard can be blamed.

    Note   Note
    Even with the current frequency of the crashes it could be that a hardware component is causing problems, although it is less a suspect than when more recent crashes occur
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    Onett
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       18 Aug 2016 #133

    axe0 said: View Post
    I would like to use the elimination troubleshooting method that I have only suggested once or twice. I suggest it based on the various BSODs you've had since the clean installation (various of BSODs usually point to hardware problems).

    This elimination starts with the removal of as much as possible stuff on the system (physically and virtually) that you're not planning on using anytime soon.
    Once this is done and another crash occurs, remove another program. Keep doing this until there is no program left or you've found the cause.
    If no program is left, see if you can ask someone to test your hardware in his/her system except for the motherboard. If everything has been tested in another system with no problem then the motherboard can be blamed.

    Note   Note
    Even with the current frequency of the crashes it could be that a hardware component is causing problems, although it is less a suspect than when more recent crashes occur
    I had someone test my MoBo out and said it was fine 2 months ago, just uninstalling programs one by one will eventually reveal what's causing the issues?
    I'll start trying that method
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       19 Aug 2016 #134

    just uninstalling programs one by one will eventually reveal what's causing the issues?
    Likely, assuming the cause isn't any peripheral, remember to uninstall another program after another crash has occured
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    Onett
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       19 Aug 2016 #135

    axe0 said: View Post
    Likely, assuming the cause isn't any peripheral, remember to uninstall another program after another crash has occured
    Alright! I'll start doing that then. I'll keep you posted
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       19 Aug 2016 #136

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    Onett
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       03 Sep 2016 #137

    axe0 said: View Post
    I've had a few BSODS but I'm still uninstalling programs as I go. I haven't had much happen for 5 days. I'll continue to take a gander at this
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       09 Sep 2016 #138

    NussOkeh said: View Post
    I've had a few BSODS but I'm still uninstalling programs as I go. I haven't had much happen for 5 days. I'll continue to take a gander at this
    Just had a BSOD again. Still checking and uninstalling programs. Haven't had a BSOD in 11 days which was pretty good!
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    Onett
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       16 Sep 2016 #139

    So while I'm still working on seeing what programs to uninstall I noticed a program from AMD. Since I manually installed my graphics drivers does this need to stay or can I uninstall it without my Graphics being altered in any way? Click image for larger version. 

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    EDIT:4 Hours later. I got a BSOD mentioning memory managment. I did not uninstall what I was wondering about above; I'll wait on you to give me the a-ok. I left the DM Log in this post. Also, since I got a fresh memory.dmp, I'm uploading that to Dropbox to put here
    Several Kernel Errors within a day? Attached Files
    Last edited by NussOkeh; 16 Sep 2016 at 23:46.
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       17 Sep 2016 #140

    since I got a fresh memory.dmp, I'm uploading that to Dropbox to put here
    Only do so at request please, I don't analyze a memory.dmp completely since I would be unable to do so. When I ask for it I check only a small portion of it that isn't possible with a minidump.

    The drivers should be installed manually through device manager so no program should be installed as an additional thing. You should be able to remove it without problems.
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