0xa0 and 0x139 BSOD's


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    0xa0 and 0x139 BSOD's


    Hello, I have a pesky BSOD problem. I've tried to deal with it by flashing BIOS, removing and updating graphics, network and sound card drivers. I've also changed hibernation file size to 100% and did memory diagnostic. Still my system was crashing even when left alone with no applications running. I've used Windows reset hoping it's just a faulty driver problem but no joy.
    Here's a link to V2 collector files DESKTOP-0SUP5SA-(2020-06-22_21-45-27).zip - Google Drive
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  3. Posts : 6
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    I'll do that. Gigabyte @BIOS app sucks, I did a BIOS update using it and F11 version was the latest avaliable. And there's a F20 on their website.

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    Well, I did an updates as suggested but problem still persists. Here's a fresh logs:
    DESKTOP-0SUP5SA-(2020-06-23_18-01-16).zip - Google Drive
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    1. Run Driver Verifier Manager through type "verifier" in search bottom
    2. Select "Create standard settings"
    3. Select "Select driver names from a list"
    4. Tick all 3rd party drivers
    5. Accept changes and reboot computer
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    MrPepka said:
    1. Run Driver Verifier Manager through type "verifier" in search bottom
    2. Select "Create standard settings"
    3. Select "Select driver names from a list"
    4. Tick all 3rd party drivers
    5. Accept changes and reboot computer
    I let verifier run overnight and couple more hours today. Strangely I got no BSOD's since last night. Here's a log report, I'll keep monitoring the situation.
    DESKTOP-0SUP5SA-(2020-06-24_20-26-16).zip - Google Drive
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    Test CPU with Prime95 and OCCT - CPU STRESS testing: Mersenne.org Prime95 and Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool (IPDT) | Sysnative Forums OCCT With Four Options - How We Stress Test CPUs
    Try to start the computer with only one RAM chip, connect the RAM chips to other slots, and as a last resort swap the RAM chips for others, also make sure that you do not use XMP profiles
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    MrPepka said:
    Test CPU with Prime95 and OCCT - CPU STRESS testing: Mersenne.org Prime95 and Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool (IPDT) | Sysnative Forums OCCT With Four Options - How We Stress Test CPUs
    Try to start the computer with only one RAM chip, connect the RAM chips to other slots, and as a last resort swap the RAM chips for others, also make sure that you do not use XMP profiles
    Just to clarify how should I proceed:
    1. Turn off x.m.p, pull one ram stick out and move the second stick to another slot
    2. Prime95 for couple of hrs or until crash/error, small, large FFT's and blend so three test's
    3. OCCT test in OCCT mode with small data set for a couple of hrs
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    sfssh00tme said:
    Just to clarify how should I proceed:
    1. Turn off x.m.p, pull one ram stick out and move the second stick to another slot
    2. Prime95 for couple of hrs or until crash/error, small, large FFT's and blend so three test's
    3. OCCT test in OCCT mode with small data set for a couple of hrs
    I've run all the tests. No erros in Prime95 - 7hrs test and OCCT - 5hrs. But I've noticed something odd about crashes. I had none of them during tests or any other time when PC is under heavy stress - tests or gaming. I got BSOD's only when it's idle or under light load like watching movie, web surfing or playing 2d game. Tests went fine and just after they finished or stopped I got near instant BSOD. I've also did some more ram testing with Memtest - 4 passes in 8hrs, not even a single error.
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    Have you tried replacing the power supply with another one?
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  10. Posts : 6
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    MrPepka said:
    Have you tried replacing the power supply with another one?
    I haven't thought of that. It's a pretty new PSU I've bought it 8 months ago - Corsair RM650 80 Plus Gold.
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