Constant BSODs with 2-3 different codes

  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10

    Constant BSODs with 2-3 different codes

    Hi all!

    I made a new PC back in November 2019 with an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, an Asus TUF Gaming X570 Plus, 32gb of ddr4 'Team group extreme' memory and an 1TB Corsair NVME. The computer is absolutely fantastic, the only parts i kept from my previous configuration is my (quite old by now) ATI Radeon 7800 Series gfx card and my old but still capable Corsair 620W PSU.

    Initially the computer was super solid... At some point i thought i was having hard disk bad sectors so i started looking into it, only to find out that it was not my hard drive at fault but rather one of the memory sticks, meaning the hard disk did not have bad sectors, just memory was writing corrupt data to files on the disk... This made me realise the memory is bad and after diagnostics, i sent them back for a replacement, which came and tested just fine.

    Now, ever since i put the new memory (and before but to a lesser extend) i tend to get BSODs daily, many times through the day and usually when trying to back up massive amounts of files or sync, since i had to do a cloud backup/restore due to my corrupt files.

    The BSODs range from 'IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL' to 'atikmpag.sys' and they will happen at random times, without doing something specific.

    I am attaching a log taken with the tools suggested (its only 2.3M) but i am starting to think it is either my graphics card being old and giving in, or that because of my bad memory, parts of the windows installation or the C disk is corrupt. I did try to do a full system scan with Windows Defender (no issues found), did a sfc /scannow with no problems found and the event viewer is not really helpful... Is there anything i should try to do before either buying a graphics card or installing windows from scratch?

    Please help


    Windows version: Windows 10 Version 1909 (OS Build 18363.836) 64bit

    Log can be found here:

    DESKTOP-HKS66CC-(2020-05-26_03-08-04).zip - Google Drive
      My Computer

  2. Posts : 41,294
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit

    Please explain in the hosts file.
      My Computer

  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Hello and thanks for looking into it, this is a legitimate software that 'called home' for no reason even in the trial version.
    That was manually installed and removed a long time now - removed from hosts already. (they make a range of password recovery software for files you might have forgotten the password for aka office etc)

    No reason to think it is in any way interfering with the system, it is long gone?
    Moreover a full scan using Defender was done and Defender never complained about it either.

    Do you think there is any chance of fixing it without reinstalling everything? I move closer and closer to that but it is the randomness that is annoying, had not had a BSOD since last night.
      My Computer


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