New win 10 build, BSOD on the reg

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  1. Posts : 57
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       #91

    update again


    22 hours of uptime in safe mode w/ networking with no cable plugged in....
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  2. Posts : 512
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       #92

    Have you tried another cable?
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  3. Posts : 57
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       #93

    Been out this eve, but it's still running. 28 hours in safe mode w/ network without cable plugged in.

    Haven't tried another cable. Need to find one long enough to try swapping it.

    How great would that be if it was a bad cable all along!?

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    Seems to run fine in Safe Mode with networking disabled. Ran 48+ hours, but had a power outage, so it was off when I got home.

    I ran a new cable, it's in SMw/N now.

    :drumroll:
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       #94

    If it stays stable, try updating AMD again. Download the latest version.

    AMD Driver Autodetect
    https://www.amd.com/en/support
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  5. Posts : 57
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       #95

    Network no go


    BSOD'ed again
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       #96
    Last edited by jmatt; 19 Apr 2021 at 06:08.
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  7. Posts : 57
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       #97

    Switched drive policy to quick removal per the youtube dude's suggestion. Let's see if that helps.

    UPDATE: It didn't.

    That MS post seems to be way over my head. Not sure where to run those commands. It mentions a kernel debugger?

    From that MS link:

    If parameter 1 is less than 0x1000, the issue is likely a NULL pointer dereference.
    It is, but what does "is likely a NULL pointer dereference" mean?

    Ran Geek, but I don't see SSL? here's what it sees:
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       #98

    I was working on your last Farbar logs.
    Do a search on your drive, if it is not there, I'm out of ideas.
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       #99

    I was out of ideas long ago, so I appreciate your help and time showing me additional ways to troubleshoot.

    I'm leaning towards a mobo issue at this point, specifically to do with the onboard NIC. I just don't have a better hypothesis.
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  10. Posts : 512
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       #100

    "what does is likely a NULL pointer dereference mean"
    what does is likely a NULL pointer dereference mean - Google Search

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