BSODs 0-2 per day while browsing/gaming, new PC

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  1. Posts : 27
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       #41

    No worries, i'm still thankful that you even bother with me and my problems.

    Uh. That doesn't sound too good. But for the last 5 Hours i didn't have a BSOD. I still have some small stutters from time to time, so i guess there is still a problem, but at least it doesn't crash (as often?). I'll keep you updated!
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  2. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #42

    Unfortunately a hardware issue can cause several different issues, not just BSOD crashes.
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  3. Posts : 27
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #43

    Hm. Let's see how the next few hours/days go.
    Even if i don't crash it would be nice to find out if i have faulty hardware and which one it is i suppose.
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  4. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #44

    nomic96 said:
    Even if i don't crash it would be nice to find out if i have faulty hardware and which one it is i suppose.
    That would be nice indeed, but without additional hardware it will be difficult.
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  5. Posts : 27
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #45

    Yeah i already regret really hard selling my old setup that quickly. And im thinking about a way to get additional hardware to test but i can't seem to find someone who has old hardware lying around that i could borrow for a few days :/
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  6. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 Home 21H2
       #46

    Hi nomic96,

    Can you post screenshots of the full list of non-Microsoft drivers in Driver Verifier? It's possible a driver is getting dynamically loaded and would need to be added manually by name for it to be directed to use Special Pool. It might also be a good idea to use "Create standard settings" as long as doing so doesn't cause too much of a performance hit. Creating a restore point prior to making any changes would still be a good idea.

    Unless DV can detect and name a problematic driver we'd likely need the MEMORY.DMP file generated rather than the minidumps to do a manual analysis. They compress nicely but would need to be made available via a cloud drive or file sharing service as they'll likely be too big to attach to a reply.
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  7. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #47

    Thanks for posting cwsink, there's something about those dumps that's really bugging me. Stack pointer errors and pool corruption in different crashes, and some of them show Kaspersky or ethernet driver in the raw stack. I'm missing something here.
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  8. Posts : 27
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #48

    cwsink said:
    Hi nomic96,

    Can you post screenshots of the full list of non-Microsoft drivers in Driver Verifier? It's possible a driver is getting dynamically loaded and would need to be added manually by name for it to be directed to use Special Pool. It might also be a good idea to use "Create standard settings" as long as doing so doesn't cause too much of a performance hit. Creating a restore point prior to making any changes would still be a good idea.

    Unless DV can detect and name a problematic driver we'd likely need the MEMORY.DMP file generated rather than the minidumps to do a manual analysis. They compress nicely but would need to be made available via a cloud drive or file sharing service as they'll likely be too big to attach to a reply.
    Hey Cwsink! Thank you for replying to me as well and helping me out!

    https://i.imgur.com/sght8yS.png There is the current screenshot of the non-Microsoft Drivers, but since i just reinstalled my whole windows, there were a few more before. I decided to not install Kasperksy for now, so its missing as well.

    I will make sure to start another DV session as soon as i get another BSOD. Or should i just do it hence no BSOD since the reinstall?

    Uploading a larger file should not be a problem. Do i need to turn anything on so the Memory.DMP file is getting created? Didn't have a crash since reinstalling, so i guess it would be empty by now?
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  9. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 Home 21H2
       #49

    @axe0 - I'm happy to work with you when I can. I've noticed some Kaspersky drivers showing up in the unloaded module list which suggests they could be dynamically loaded and unloaded.

    I'm tempted to ask that Kaspersky be uninstalled and to use only Windows Defender while troubleshooting. Has that already been tried?

    edit: looks like we're already trying removing Kaspersky. :)

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    @nomic96 - I'd wait until you get another BSOD before enabling DV. Windows 10 should be generating a MEMORY.DMP file by default so unless you've changed things or don't have a pagefile of sufficient size it should get generated.
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  10. Posts : 5
    windows 10
       #50

    @nomic96 could you message me , i might can help you . i had similar problems with my new system and have them now hopefully fixed ( 1 day without BSOD) i extra created this account to might help you
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