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    Random BSOD multiple stopcodes


    I have a new pc build it myself but now im getting bsods they are very random but most of the time when i start up my pc i will get one, sometimes when watching netflix on chrome, sometimes when im browsing in documents or in the beginning screen of windows. I tryed reinstalling windows, i did a mem86 test no problems, i did tests for my harddrive via windows and command prompt no problems. I tryed contacting microsoft support and they send me here so you guys are my last option.

    Some of the stopcodes i got: IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL, DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL, PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA, APC INDEX MISMATCH, KERNEL DATA INPAGE ERROR, DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION, ATTEMPTED EXECUTE OF NOEXECUTE MEMORY, SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION, MEMORY MANAGEMENT, POOL CORRUPTION IN FILE AREA, KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDELD.

    Sometimes when it trys to start it self up again it never gets passed 0% sometimes it does not get past 100% and sometimes it does start it self up.
    Sometimes i got the message What went wrong these are the things that whent wrong: FLTMGR.sys,Ntfs.sys, win32kbase.sys, nvlddmkm.sys, bindflt.sys.

    The above stopcodes and what whent wrongs are from when i started recording them i might have had different ones before that.

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    I will update this post when ever i get new stopcodes or what whent wrongs.
    Attachment 235551

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    For some reason i can not update the post anymore but i just got what whent wrong cdd.dll

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    I forgot to install the driver updates after i reinstalled windows 10 here is the latest file from when i did download the latest drivers again
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    It's proven to be important to be using the latest motherboard BIOS on many Ryzen based systems. I'd recommend updating to the latest from here. I'd also suggest going into the BIOS menus after updating, loading the default (or optimized) settings, and then Save & Exit. That should get rid of any bad settings that might survive the update.
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    cwsink said:
    It's proven to be important to be using the latest motherboard BIOS on many Ryzen based systems. I'd recommend updating to the latest from here. I'd also suggest going into the BIOS menus after updating, loading the default (or optimized) settings, and then Save & Exit. That should get rid of any bad settings that might survive the update.
    Did everything and im still getting BSODs but u were right my eufi was not up to date
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    Please rerun the collector app and post the results so we can see if anything has changed. It can also be useful to post the memory.dmp file as they sometimes contain events in trace information which didn't make it to disk before the system crash.
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    cwsink said:
    Please rerun the collector app and post the results so we can see if anything has changed. It can also be useful to post the memory.dmp file as they sometimes contain events in trace information which didn't make it to disk before the system crash.
    I tryed reruning a couple of times but got plagued by BSODs I got to ran it twice but both of the times it did not finish its past midnight for me so I will continue to try tomorrow. I also wanted to run it in safety mode but when the computer restarted to launch in safety mode I got a BSOD and then when it restarted again something special happend I got a different kind of blue screen which said:
    The pc could not be correctly turned off

    Recovery

    The operating system could not be loaded because the digital handprint of a file or one depending on it could not be verified.

    File:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe
    Faultcode:0xc0000428

    I could send a screen shot I made of it but itís in dutch so I donít think any of you would understand.

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    Before i reinstalled windows the BSOD would be stuck on 0% but now it gets stuck on 100% unless the BSOD is not in HD then it will finish and restart my pc. And one thing i noticed is that a few times my pc worked correctly and i could download, install and play games. I could play AC Odyssey for hours but when i stoped and my pc whent in to sleeping mode i would get a BSOD and it would stop working for the rest of the day. Also when i played AC Odyssey for 3 hours and then watched Netflix my pc would come up with a BSOD evantually sometimes after one or two or sometimes after three or four episodes. But i never had a BSOD while playing AC Odyssey. PS: I just got What whent wrong: win32kfull.sys

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    I just removed one of my memory cards and i did not have a BSOD since, amazing! I will tell you if i do get one later but for now i think it might be solved.
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    The variety of bugcheck codes and randomness of the affected subsystems suggest a memory issue in my mind. I know you've tested the memory but in my experience there really isn't a reliable tool for testing DDR4 memory. Unless I'm misinterpreting the output it looks to me like your DIMMs are in slots B1 and B2 where the motherboard manual suggests using A2 and B2 for 2 DIMM configurations. Please check and if possible try using the recommended configuration of the DIMMs. If that doesn't help the next thing I would suggest is trying the system with only 1 DIMM installed at a time to see if the system becomes unstable with one DIMM or the other... to see if you can isolate a bad DIMM.

    Memory corruption can also be caused by bad disk reads and I've tried looking through the event logs but I could easily have missed something since I don't know Dutch at all and relying on Google translate. It's normally suggested to switch the system to English to maximize the number of people who can look through the error logs on this site. Have you checked the event logs to see if there are any messages about bad blocks or data in-page errors?
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    cwsink said:
    The variety of bugcheck codes and randomness of the affected subsystems suggest a memory issue in my mind. I know you've tested the memory but in my experience there really isn't a reliable tool for testing DDR4 memory. Unless I'm misinterpreting the output it looks to me like your DIMMs are in slots B1 and B2 where the motherboard manual suggests using A2 and B2 for 2 DIMM configurations. Please check and if possible try using the recommended configuration of the DIMMs. If that doesn't help the next thing I would suggest is trying the system with only 1 DIMM installed at a time to see if the system becomes unstable with one DIMM or the other... to see if you can isolate a bad DIMM.

    Memory corruption can also be caused by bad disk reads and I've tried looking through the event logs but I could easily have missed something since I don't know Dutch at all and relying on Google translate. It's normally suggested to switch the system to English to maximize the number of people who can look through the error logs on this site. Have you checked the event logs to see if there are any messages about bad blocks or data in-page errors?
    I did not know that the logs would be in dutch so sorry for that:P. I have had this in-page stopcode: KERNEL DATA INPAGE ERROR I will look at the event log to see if there are others.

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    cwsink said:
    The variety of bugcheck codes and randomness of the affected subsystems suggest a memory issue in my mind. I know you've tested the memory but in my experience there really isn't a reliable tool for testing DDR4 memory. Unless I'm misinterpreting the output it looks to me like your DIMMs are in slots B1 and B2 where the motherboard manual suggests using A2 and B2 for 2 DIMM configurations. Please check and if possible try using the recommended configuration of the DIMMs. If that doesn't help the next thing I would suggest is trying the system with only 1 DIMM installed at a time to see if the system becomes unstable with one DIMM or the other... to see if you can isolate a bad DIMM.
    I now put them in the other slots like you said and i have not yet had a bleu screen so thanks a lot now i dont have to buy new ones.
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    Thank you for the update. With the DIMMs in the recommended configuation the system memory should be running in dual channel mode now so at the very least it should have improved memory performance. Hopefully the problems have also been fixed but do let us know if the BSODs continue. Good luck!
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    I had no problems with BSODs for a while and everything seemd fixed but i just got KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDELD.
    Atleast i get way less BSODs right now
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    It might be worth updating the Ethernet adapter driver to the latest version which can be downloaded from the Realtek site here. You'll need to provide an email address to which a download link will be sent so I'd suggest using a throwaway email if you have one. There is also a newer Nvidia GPU driver available which might be worth trying. Nothing directly implicates either but it's usually a good idea to be using the latest driver - especially with newer hardware.

    If that doesn't help I'd then try as suggested earlier by running the system with only 1 DIMM installed at a time to see if the crashes stop with one or the other module.
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