New win 10 build, BSOD on the reg

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  1. Posts : 57
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       #101

    Seems like we've been down most of these paths, or at least all that seem feasible to me.

    -Malware checks
    -Fresh install/windows updates
    -Hardware removal
    -Safe mode
    -Drivers

    I set the computer to create full memory dumps, so maybe that will provide more clues? Headed to work now, so I hopefully I'll come home to a nice full crash dump file with lots of good info
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  2. Posts : 57
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #102

    New MOBO


    Welp.... bit the bullet and bought a lovely new MSI mobo. Posting this with

    -New MSI B550 A PRO
    -Same SSD system drive
    -Same GPU
    -Same PSU
    -Same CPU/Cooler
    -Same case
    -Same RAM

    Queue the drumroll....
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  3. Posts : 512
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       #103

    Nice work, how long have you been testing the new mobo?
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  4. Posts : 57
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #104

    50 min so far. Figured I'd see if it can idle overnight.
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  5. Posts : 512
    Windows 10
       #105

    Fingers crossed.
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  6. Posts : 57
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #106

    A night without nightmares


    Made it overnight. 11h25m uptime.

    Guess I'll leaving it running while I'm at work. If it's still running this evening I'll start adding peripherals back into the mix.

    Update: Came home and it's still running.... 23h uptime. Let's add in the firewire card and see what happens.
    Last edited by molotov256; 04 May 2021 at 20:05.
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  7. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #107

    Hello. I have the exact same problem with my build since I built it and it's close to driving me crazy. The only difference is that I don't get the BSODs that often (There are whole months withouth BSOD, then I might get like 30 in a week). I just would like to ask you if the BSODs are completely gone after replacing the motherboard (that was the solution I would try too when I could afford a new one).
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  8. Posts : 512
    Windows 10
       #108

    "Let's add in the firewire card and see what happens"
    Thanks for the feedback, doing it one step at a time, puts you in a good position to know what is going on.

    - - - Updated - - -

    kio33 said:
    I just would like to ask you if the BSODs are completely gone after replacing the motherboard (that was the solution I would try too when I could afford a new one).
    molotov256 is still testing.

    Here are some links to test your Mobo.

    3 Troubleshooting Tips Guaranteed To Boot Your PC’s Motherboard
    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/3-troub...s-motherboard/
    The Basic troubleshooting guide is intended to provide you with a guide to problems that you may experience with the system
    Basic Troubleshooting Guide
    How to Diagnose Motherboard or Processor Problems
    How to Diagnose Motherboard or Processor Problems | Small Business - Chron.com
    Testing my computer motherboard and CPU for failures?
    How to test a computer motherboard and CPU for failures
    How to Troubleshoot for Motherboard Failures
    How to Test a Motherboard: 8 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
    Troubleshooting a Computer Motherboard
    Troubleshooting a Computer Motherboard - iFixit
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  9. Posts : 57
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #109

    So far, so good


    kio33/jmatt:

    So far things have been stable, no BSODs yet. I've left it running just about 24/7 (a small eco crime, I know) to let it update.

    I have hooked up all the peripherals one at a time, and am currently running the whole thing in its entirety, including the 2nd SSD, the backup HDD, FW card, audio interface, and a couple midi controllers.

    I haven't really had a long DAW session since putting it all back together, so I've been hesitant to mark this as solved just yet. That said, all signs seem to be pointing to an issue with the previous ASRock MB, most likely the network interface in my estimation. I don't mean to throw shade at ASRock, my other board from them is fantastic, so maybe I just got unlucky or did something unforgivable to it by accident.

    I do appreciate all the help, especially you, jmatt. I'll be sure to mark as solved once I'm confident it truly is - forgive me for being less than confident after all that troubleshooting!
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  10. Posts : 625
    Windows 10 Pro 21H2 x64
       #110

    molotov256 said:
    kio33/jmatt:

    So far things have been stable, no BSODs yet. I've left it running just about 24/7 (a small eco crime, I know) to let it update.

    I have hooked up all the peripherals one at a time, and am currently running the whole thing in its entirety, including the 2nd SSD, the backup HDD, FW card, audio interface, and a couple midi controllers.

    I haven't really had a long DAW session since putting it all back together, so I've been hesitant to mark this as solved just yet. That said, all signs seem to be pointing to an issue with the previous ASRock MB, most likely the network interface in my estimation. I don't mean to throw shade at ASRock, my other board from them is fantastic, so maybe I just got unlucky or did something unforgivable to it by accident.

    I do appreciate all the help, especially you, jmatt. I'll be sure to mark as solved once I'm confident it truly is - forgive me for being less than confident after all that troubleshooting!
    Your errors looked more like bad power delivery on that AsRock motherboard.
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