BSOD 3 times today, all separate reasons.


  1. Posts : 2
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       #1

    BSOD 3 times today, all separate reasons.


    I've had three BSOD today, and am sick of it.
    It kept happening a couple of weeks ago, usually whenever I'm watching youtube.
    I disassembled the computer, and cleaned every component, including all fans and the heat sink for my water cooling system to get all the dust off, which I usually do once a year, and it was all covered in dust.
    It stopped after that, but has now started doing it again, and I can't think of what else to do.
    The only one that I can remember the listed error for was an Unexpected Store Exception.
    I have attached the V2 log file that's requested.

    - - - Updated - - -

    I just found a photo I'd taken of one from a couple days ago, it was Stop Code 0xc000021a
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  2. Posts : 392
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       #2

    No memory dumps in the uploaded reports, but the Error Reports folder shows a STOP 0x117, 3 STOP 0x141's, and a STOP 0x142
    All of these seem to be related to video. More on this here (it's an older page): Video TDR Troubleshooting

    BIOS/UEFI dates from 2014. I'd suggest checking the Gigabyte support site for an updated BIOS for your H97-Gaming 3 motherboard.

    This device is disabled in Device Manager:
    Code:
    LogMeIn Hamachi Virtual Ethernet Adapter	ROOT\NET\0000	This device is disabled.
    I would suggest re-enabling it, then uninstalling the LogMeIn app. It'll be easy to reinstall later on if you need it then.

    I note that you have Riva Tuner installed.
    If you're overclocking, please revert to non-overclocked settings while troubleshooting.

    Also, in the past (years ago), Riva Tuner (and other video overclocking tools) used an unstable driver that was known to cause BSOD's. I haven't seen this problem in years, so I doubt that your install of Riva Tuner is to blame.

    So, I'd suggest following the suggestions in the Video TDR page that I posted about earlier ( Video TDR Troubleshooting ).
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  3. Posts : 2
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    Ok thanks for the help. I've tried all the suggested fixes and will see over the next few days or weeks if I get anymore BSOD.
    I've tried to find that Riva Tuner thing to uninstall it, since I just used it once to lock the framerate to fix a buggy game. However, I can't find it anywhere, doing a search for it also couldn't find it.
    I'm going to keep trying to figure out where it is though, since I don't have any reason to keep it on here.
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  4. Posts : 392
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       #4

    Riva Tuner's driver can be used by other programs.
    In this case it appears associated with the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2009 edition (found it in the MSINFO32 report).
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