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  1. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
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       #31

    axe0 said:
    There are certain specific driver verifier crashes, but they can also occur without driver verifier enabled. Therefore it's important to check the dump itself and check specific lines which tell whether driver verifier did or did not cause the crash.

    The last 2 crashes are caused by driver verifier.
    Could you upload the kernel dump in C:\Windows as well so I can have a better look at either of the driver verifier crash. I'm hitting road blocks due to the limited data within the minidump.
    The BSOD Stop code was: whea uncorrectable error (not driver verifier) but idk if it says there it if it's caused from the verifer.
    The file you need it's the file dump outside the folder minidump, in windows? called memory.DMP of about 1.3gb? I've tried to open it with bluescreen viewer but it showed me nothing. In the case you need it, I just upload the single file on the dropbox?
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  2. Posts : 1,473
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64
       #32

    Disable Driver Verifier and turn it on again, but select the storport.sys and stornvme.sys drivers in addition to the third-party drivers for verification
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  3. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #33

    Fabiushow said:
    The BSOD Stop code was: whea uncorrectable error (not driver verifier) but idk if it says there it if it's caused from the verifer.
    The file you need it's the file dump outside the folder minidump, in windows? called memory.DMP of about 1.3gb? I've tried to open it with bluescreen viewer but it showed me nothing. In the case you need it, I just upload the single file on the dropbox?
    The stopcode doesn't say much, all kinds of crashes can be the result of driver verifier catching something.

    It should be in C:\Windows, it's the only dump file there is so no tricks there.

    Bluescreen viewer and other apps probably won't deal with it, they somehow have to read the dump to 'analyze it' which I expect is not possible due to size limitations they might have implemented. Besides, the info they show in the GUI can be retrieved from the minidumps (C:\Windows\Minidump) so there's no need for them to use the memory dump in C:\Windows.
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  4. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #34

    axe0 said:
    The stopcode doesn't say much, all kinds of crashes can be the result of driver verifier catching something.

    It should be in C:\Windows, it's the only dump file there is so no tricks there.

    Bluescreen viewer and other apps probably won't deal with it, they somehow have to read the dump to 'analyze it' which I expect is not possible due to size limitations they might have implemented. Besides, the info they show in the GUI can be retrieved from the minidumps (C:\Windows\Minidump) so there's no need for them to use the memory dump in C:\Windows.
    Alright, thanks for help and for your explanations :)
    Here the file dump compressed: Dropbox - MEMORY.rar - Simplify your life
    Anyway, I've got the verifier still enabled now. So if you need it it's still activated

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    Got an update... Another BSOD while I had valorant open but I was in the main menu and watching a live on twitch. PC freezed and got blue screen. I'm really angry about this, I'm a little bit bored about this PC... Check it out this link: Some HP devices are facing BSOD and boot loops, but HP appears to have a fix | Windows Central
    The date of the news is at the end of June and I've got the bsod from half may (when the update "currupted" got realased"). Now I don't think HP doesn't relase a fix after 2 MONTHS. I don't know what to think, I'm just getting tired tbh
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  5. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #35

    I'm still looking into the kernel dump, there's a lot of new (undocumented) functions since the 2004 version of Windows 10.

    I will ask someone else with more experience to have a look at this as well.
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  6. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #36

    axe0 said:
    I'm still looking into the kernel dump, there's a lot of new (undocumented) functions since the 2004 version of Windows 10.

    I will ask someone else with more experience to have a look at this as well.
    Ok, and thanks! You are spending too much times for my issue... much appreciate. Take your time!
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  7. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #37

    Fabiushow said:
    I'm sure this is not an hardware problem because I've replaced my pc through the Amazon support and I still have BSOD.
    Was this a complete replacement or have some components been transferred to the replacement?
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  8. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #38

    axe0 said:
    Was this a complete replacement or have some components been transferred to the replacement?
    I completely changed my pc through the amazon support
    Btw I had 2 BSOD during playing valorant (never had them before yesterday) so... idk
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  9. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 Home 21H2
       #39

    Hi Fabiushow,

    Is there any chance the drive was taken from the old system and installed in the new system during the return/replacement process? The errors seem to consistently involve the NVMe drive being reset.
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  10. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
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       #40

    cwsink said:
    Hi Fabiushow,

    Is there any chance the drive was taken from the old system and installed in the new system during the return/replacement process? The errors seem to consistently involve the NVMe drive being reset.
    Sry, I don't understand. What do you mean?
    The new laptop has departed from Germany when the old was still at my home, so Amazon couldn't replace any parts from the old to the new laptop (if you mean this)
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