Whea_Uncorrectable_Error BSOD while playing PUBG

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  1. philc43's Avatar
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       #21

    The screen shows that the system was at 0% trying to collect the data for the crash. No crash dump was created. How long did you wait before re-starting the PC? The blue screen should reach 100% before you restart in order for the file to be generated.

    It is possible that the hardware error is affecting the creation of this file which might point towards a motherboard or hard disk problem.

    I will also add that the BSOD continues to be an 0x124 WHEA uncorrectable error with a first parameter of 0x10. This is very rare and there is no documentation on it by Microsoft. I think you will have to replace components in order to solve this or return it to a specialist PC repair.
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       #22

    Matthew: there is no need to run those commands. From the crash dump settings file in the logs we already know they are set to those values.

    Code:
    ########################## Crash Dump Settings #########################
    AutoReboot           : 0
    CrashDumpEnabled     : 7
    DumpFile             : C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP
    DumpLogLevel         : 0
    EnableLogFile        : 1
    LogEvent             : 1
    MinidumpDir          : C:\Windows\Minidump
    MinidumpsCount       : 5
    Overwrite            : 1
    DumpFilters          : {dumpfve.sys}
    AlwaysKeepMemoryDump : 0
    PSPath               : Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\Registry::HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\CrashControl
    PSParentPath         : Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\Registry::HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control
    PSChildName          : CrashControl
    PSDrive              : HKLM
    PSProvider           : Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\Registry
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  3. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #23

    OK, I have deleted my above post.
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  4. Posts : 14
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       #24

    philc43 said:
    The screen shows that the system was at 0% trying to collect the data for the crash. No crash dump was created. How long did you wait before re-starting the PC? The blue screen should reach 100% before you restart in order for the file to be generated.

    It is possible that the hardware error is affecting the creation of this file which might point towards a motherboard or hard disk problem.

    I will also add that the BSOD continues to be an 0x124 WHEA uncorrectable error with a first parameter of 0x10. This is very rare and there is no documentation on it by Microsoft. I think you will have to replace components in order to solve this or return it to a specialist PC repair.
    Yea it is in 0% for like an hour and it never moved. That's why I reset my system.

    Well normally it should load up to 100% that was before I turned off the automatic restart when BSOD. So, prior turning that off normally it will go to a blue screen then for like just 1-2 seconds you'll see it building up to 100% very fast then it will restart the system by itself.

    But since you asked me to turned off the auto restart when BSOD it is just like that, I left it for an hour and it never moved. I'm wondering is there a setting that I can find why there's no crash dump is being created?

    Or is there any other way or a specific folder I can search into my system and share it with you guys.

    I really appreciate your help.

    I guess I will try to wait longer period of time this time :) let's see if it will move maybe it needs more time lol
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  5. philc43's Avatar
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       #25

    The setting to auto restart makes no difference to the 0 to 100% function - that should always happen. The fact that it is not doing it for this particular hardware error is part of the problem. Waiting longer will not make any difference.

    Your other types of BSOD such as the 0x133 bugcheck worked OK.

    You could run your system in safe mode for a while and see if the error still occurs. It might give a BSOD crash dump in this mode.
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  6. Posts : 14
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       #26

    philc43 said:
    The setting to auto restart makes no difference to the 0 to 100% function - that should always happen. The fact that it is not doing it for this particular hardware error is part of the problem. Waiting longer will not make any difference.

    Your other types of BSOD such as the 0x133 bugcheck worked OK.

    You could run your system in safe mode for a while and see if the error still occurs. It might give a BSOD crash dump in this mode.
    Should I run this on Safe Mode with Networking? Because I will need to play pubg for it to BSOD. I'm not sure if it will work. Because the main issue is it goes BSOD when playing PUBG. I'm not really sure how this works. I'm sorry.
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  7. philc43's Avatar
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       #27

    Yes you can use safe mode with networking, you may find it easier to use a wired network connection. I'm not sure how well the game will play if at all so you may have to just leave it running overnight.
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