BSOD When Waking PC from Sleep, Happens every 7-12 Days, Minidumps inc

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    BSOD When Waking PC from Sleep, Happens every 7-12 Days, Minidumps inc

    Waking up from sleep computer BSODs only every 7-12 days.

    Windows Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.964)

    TLDR Newly built PC BSODs every few days after waking, have tried almost everything.


    I ordered all the parts and built the PC about 2 months ago.
    The specs

    Ryzen 5600x
    Asus B550-F (wifi)
    32GB Hyper X Fury DDR4 3200Mhz
    1TB Kingston A2000 NVME
    2TB Seagate barracuda
    Corsair RM750
    Antec DP501 Case
    ASUS Strix Geforce GTX 970 (not ordered, friends)

    After building it I started to get BSODs (only when waking the computer from sleep, never while using it) with the stop code UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION. Upon doing extensive research and troubleshooting it came down to either being caused by RAM or storage. I did all the checks, sfc/ scannow, chkdsk, even scanned every bit of memory in both my storage devices and memory diagnostic. All came back negative and no issues. I decided to just reinstall windows completely as well as I changed the partitioning on my NVME from MBR to GPT.

    After that, it bluescreened once and that was due to memory compression. So I disabled memory compression, it didn't blue screen for 10 days. It blue screened with a new error code KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR. Again I dove deep into figuring out what happened with the help of a Redditor who helped me read the minidump and memory dump files. Again it came down to (i think related to RAM or storage). I will post what the Redditor said after reading the memory dump files.

    "It's crashing with c0000010 again, same as the memory compression if I remember correctly, so this may have been the underlying error all along.

    c0000010 is a strange error though, it means invalid request. I don't really see how a normal inpage operation could cause that, other than some weird problem with the drive maybe, or if you are using weird file system drivers like HFS+ for Windows for example or possibly a weird filter driver that doesn't understand or properly implement this IOCTL. Are you using any type of anti-virus software other than Windows Defender?"

    My reply to this was, I use windows defender and that used HFS explorer to convert MAC files my hardrive on this windows PC (secondary hard drive, OS not installed on this drive).

    So I have updated everything I could think of, drivers, devices in the armory crate software, windows itself, even a Microsoft technician had told me to install a media creation tool which was supposed to stabilize the drivers (something along those lines), didn't help.

    I have also tried reseating the RAM and ran memtest86 for 8 passes total elapse time combined is ~9h

    The PC runs great overall, BSODs only when waking the computer.

    I am trying to avoid sending my parts back as it will take 3-4 weeks from when I send them to estimated receiving them back and this is my only machine for work.

    I'd also like to mention, usually, after it BSODs it will BSOD again within 2 days. But then again...7-12 days without a BSOD. This is consistent. Also what I have realized is a few days before it BSODs my Bluetooth connection drops out and the Bluetooth peripheral disconnect for a brief moment.

    I will link below the minidump files.

    Mini Dump - Google Drive
      My Computer

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