BSOD on new Windows 10 install, Homebuild


  1. Posts : 2
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    BSOD on new Windows 10 install, Homebuild


    I've installed Windows 10 on a new homebuild and am experiencing BSODs erratically, about seven times in the past two weeks. Most of the time they occur when the computer is idling and I'm away. Sometimes the computer is fine for a few days, other times, just a few hours.

    I reset Windows yesterday as I was having driver problems and was hoping that the BSODs were related. I've newly installed just chipset drivers and graphics drivers, Windows seems to have automatically loaded full Realtek audio drivers.

    To check stability, I ran Prime95 and logged the computer's status with HWiNFO. When I came back to check, the computer had rebooted and HWiNFO showed that the computer ran for only 35 minutes after it started logging. While CPU temps were high at some points (low-nineties Centigrade) they were never critical and were actually in the sixties when the last data point was logged.

    I've added the HWiNFO log to the zip file of the crash report.

    My computer is BIOS password protected so Windows did not restart until 5:57 this morning even though it appears to have crashed at 21:56 last night. Just in case you're really getting into the details of the logs.

    My license is an upgrade from Windows 8.1 Pro, so downgrading is an option if that has a fair chance of solving the problem.

    Just noticed that HWiNFO is reporting my CPU voltage as only 1.1189v
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  2. Posts : 14,897
    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    Hi timmge,

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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
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    I did some basic (albeit drastic) problem solution. I refreshed Windows (since it was a Homebuild, this reset the drivers to Windows defaults as well). I also reset all clock setting on my motherboard to default (again, just to be sure). After the reinstall, I installed the bare minimum of drivers (chipset and video card, I didn't even install audio drivers myself). After those two drivers, I let Windows pull whatever drivers it wanted.

    I haven't had any problem in a couple weeks of (light) use and one night of stress testing.

    Thanks for offering to help.
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  4. Posts : 14,897
    Windows 10 Pro
       #4

    You're welcome :)
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