Several BSOD after installing W10 into an Intel SSD M.2 NVME

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  1. Posts : 32
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       #31

    BSOD happened... new V2 below...

    BSOD - Google Drive
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  2. Posts : 1,253
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       #32

    I don't see new crash dumps, and according to the new V2 logs you don't have Driver Verifier running. Check the Minidump folder again for something new, or check the modification date of the MEMORY.DMP file (in particular check the modification time). Also check in the Event Log if there are any entries from the time when the blue screen appeared
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       #33

    MrPepka said:
    I don't see new crash dumps, and according to the new V2 logs you don't have Driver Verifier running. Check the Minidump folder again for something new, or check the modification date of the MEMORY.DMP file (in particular check the modification time). Also check in the Event Log if there are any entries from the time when the blue screen appeared
    Hello @MrPepka ! Thanks for helping me!

    I still go on trying to solve these BSODs !

    Here is a picture of verifier settings as you asked for.

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    Attachment 266338

    Also, BSOD again...

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  4. Posts : 1,253
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       #34

    OK I understand. Everything is correct here, so for some reason there are no new memory dumps. Look at the performance settings if the system has allocated the page file correctly, and then in the Startup and Recovery settings see what type of memory dump you have selected (you should have set Automatic memory dump)
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       #35

    MrPepka said:
    OK I understand. Everything is correct here, so for some reason there are no new memory dumps. Look at the performance settings if the system has allocated the page file correctly, and then in the Startup and Recovery settings see what type of memory dump you have selected (you should have set Automatic memory dump)
    I uploaded new V2 and Memory.

    BSOD - Google Drive

    - - - Updated - - -

    MrPepka said:
    OK I understand. Everything is correct here, so for some reason there are no new memory dumps. Look at the performance settings if the system has allocated the page file correctly, and then in the Startup and Recovery settings see what type of memory dump you have selected (you should have set Automatic memory dump)
    I did not follow this part...

    ``Look at the performance settings if the system has allocated the page file correctly``

    Could please indicate how I look at that?

    I think I found Performance Settings... Is this?

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    Here is the Startup and Recovery settings....

    Attachment 266343
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  6. Posts : 1,253
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       #36

    Right-click on the Computer, enter Properties, select Advanced System Settings, select the Advanced tab and press the Settings button in the Performance section. There are settings for the page file
    In turn, crash dumps show that your RAM memory is not working properly. If the RAM passes all tests correctly, you may need to change the clocks or RAM timings or in the BIOS to combine with XMP profiles (turn them off or on). You can swap RAM bones for other bones or check all bones one at a time.
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  7. Posts : 32
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       #37

    New BSOD.

    Imgur: The magic of the Internet

    So the memtest86 showed there is nothing wrong with the RAM.

    And the speed and timing are default.
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  8. Posts : 1,253
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       #38

    As I mentioned, check if the system also crashes with individual RAM bones. Maybe one of the bones is defective, and this may not necessarily be seen on memtest86?
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       #39

    New V2 and memory...

    BSOD - Google Drive

    - - - Updated - - -

    Testing now with only one RAM as default BIOS settings....

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