BSOD Many Errors (Page Faults, IRQL, System Exception, Driver_IRQL)


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows
       #1

    BSOD Many Errors (Page Faults, IRQL, System Exception, Driver_IRQL)


    Hello there,

    Hoping you smart people can help with my BSOD I've been dealing with the past 2 weeks. Many different errors I'm getting so I'm guessing it's a memory problem but we'll see.

    I find that the BSOD usually happens when doing things with a few apps open. It just happened while righting this post with SERVICE_SYSTEM_EXCEPTION (I think it was). But I am able to play games (RDR2 on Steam) for hours at a time with no BSOD.

    I've tried all of the usual go to things with these bluescreens:
    1. Device manager and go through all drivers looking for update
    2. Reinstalled graphics software and looked for update
    3. Updated Windows as much as it let me (not available to do Windows 11 because of CPU)
    4. The usual SFC and DCIM in powershell
    5. Most recently tried Reset My PC to reinstall Windows, but no luck

    BKSDESKTOP-(2023-02-22_12-44-24).zip

    Context (maybe irrelevant): This BSOD escapade started after an incident where I was plugging in an I/O device (controller) over and over in different USB ports because of a faulty controller. During plugging and unplugging I accidentally flickered the power button and it turned off.

    Windows Version: 22H2 (OS Build 19045.2604)


    Please help! And thanks so much in advance.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 1,538
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64
       #2

    Update BIOS to 3.50 version - ASRock > B450M Pro4
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 3
    Windows
    Thread Starter
       #3

    MrPepka said:
    Update BIOS to 3.50 version - ASRock > B450M Pro4
    Done! Just wondering why you suggested doing this?

    - - - Updated - - -

    Bensterz said:
    Hello there,

    Hoping you smart people can help with my BSOD I've been dealing with the past 2 weeks. Many different errors I'm getting so I'm guessing it's a memory problem but we'll see.

    I find that the BSOD usually happens when doing things with a few apps open. It just happened while righting this post with SERVICE_SYSTEM_EXCEPTION (I think it was). But I am able to play games (RDR2 on Steam) for hours at a time with no BSOD.

    I've tried all of the usual go to things with these bluescreens:
    1. Device manager and go through all drivers looking for update
    2. Reinstalled graphics software and looked for update
    3. Updated Windows as much as it let me (not available to do Windows 11 because of CPU)
    4. The usual SFC and DCIM in powershell
    5. Most recently tried Reset My PC to reinstall Windows, but no luck

    BKSDESKTOP-(2023-02-22_12-44-24).zip

    Context (maybe irrelevant): This BSOD escapade started after an incident where I was plugging in an I/O device (controller) over and over in different USB ports because of a faulty controller. During plugging and unplugging I accidentally flickered the power button and it turned off.

    Windows Version: 22H2 (OS Build 19045.2604)


    Please help! And thanks so much in advance.
    Since I made my post (but before updating BIOS as above suggested) I continue to get BSOD'ed. Here are the latest dumps attached.

    BKSDESKTOP-(2023-02-23_10-41-54).zip
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 1,538
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64
       #4

    To be honest, I'm wondering if it's not a hardware problem with the RAM. I would check its efficiency in memtest86, you can also try to check if the computer starts with one RAM stick, check if the DDR slots work properly etc
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 3
    Windows
    Thread Starter
       #5

    MrPepka said:
    To be honest, I'm wondering if it's not a hardware problem with the RAM. I would check its efficiency in memtest86, you can also try to check if the computer starts with one RAM stick, check if the DDR slots work properly etc
    You actually fixed it my man! Not sure why to be honest but upgraded my BIOS and I have not had one more problem. Thank you so much!
      My Computer


 

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