Multiple crashes a day with _PAGE related BSODs


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    Multiple crashes a day with _PAGE related BSODs


    I initially assumed it was my overclock, turned it off and still wound up getting hourly BSODs. Would love any and all help :)
    Windows Version: 2004 (OS Build 19041.450)

    TARYN-PC-(2020-08-26_18-31-45).zip
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 20H4 19042.928
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    Looks like you've been having BSOD problems for awhile, all the way back to 6/29.

    40 Bluescreen entries detected ...
    9 Unique Bug Check codes: 12b 050 124 01a 1a8 041 139 07e 04e

    P1: 0X0000012B 08/26/2020 11:58 PM P1: 0X0000012B 08/26/2020 11:58 PM
    P1: 0X00000050 08/26/2020 04:55 PM P1: 0X00000050 08/26/2020 04:55 PM
    P1: 0X0000012B 08/25/2020 12:31 AM P1: 0X0000012B 08/25/2020 12:31 AM
    P1: 0X00000124 08/13/2020 06:03 PM P1: 0X00000124 08/13/2020 06:03 PM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/06/2020 09:55 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/06/2020 09:55 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/06/2020 05:19 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/06/2020 05:18 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 08:02 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 08:01 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 04:59 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 04:59 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 04:28 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 04:28 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 12:27 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/04/2020 12:27 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 08/03/2020 05:38 AM P1: 0X0000001A 08/03/2020 05:38 AM
    P1: 0X00000050 08/01/2020 02:56 AM P1: 0X00000050 08/01/2020 02:56 AM
    P1: 0X0000001A 07/21/2020 04:26 AM P1: 0X0000001A 07/21/2020 04:26 AM
    P1: 0X00000050 07/19/2020 10:34 PM P1: 0X00000050 07/19/2020 10:34 PM
    P1: 0X00000050 07/09/2020 01:50 AM P1: 0X00000050 07/09/2020 01:50 AM
    P1: 0X00000050 07/08/2020 11:55 PM P1: 0X00000050 07/08/2020 11:55 PM
    P1: 0X00000139 07/08/2020 09:07 PM P1: 0X00000139 07/08/2020 09:07 PM
    P1: 0X0000012B 07/07/2020 11:40 PM P1: 0X0000012B 07/07/2020 11:40 PM
    P1: 0X1000007E 06/30/2020 06:07 AM P1: 0X1000007E 06/30/2020 06:07 AM
    P1: 0X0000004E 06/29/2020 04:43 AM P1: 0X0000004E 06/29/2020 04:43 AM

    Could be a memory problem and the easiest way to rule that in or out would be to remove half of your RAM. Run with 16GB for a couple days and see if a BSOD occurs. If not, then swap removed and installed RAM and test for another couple days. If you get a BSOD, try to narrow down which memory module is causing it.

    If that doesn't help isolate the problem then try Driver Verifier:

    Run Driver Verifier

    Driver Verifier-- tracking down a mis-behaving driver.

    Following the instructions in the above link will check for problems in all non-Microsoft drivers.

    What we're looking for is a verifier generated BSOD with a mini dump that will tell us what driver caused it. If you get a BSOD, rerun the V2 log collector as soon as possible and upload the resulting zip file. Also see if there is a new C:\Windows \MEMORY.DMP file. If there is, copy it to another location then zip it an upload to a file sharing site like OneDrive and post a link to it here.

    To check if verifier is active, open a Command Prompt and enter:

    verifier /query

    If not active it will respond with

    No drivers are currently verified.

    Follow instructions here to decide which drivers you want to test. 3-5 is a good start. Add 3-5 more ever7y two hours until all are selected or you get a BSOD.

    Enable and Disable Driver Verifier in Windows 10
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