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  1. Posts : 95
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       #91

    Hereís those parameters for ya- just bluescreened while playing minecraft with my brother.

    0x0000000000000010
    0xFFFF930188574028
    0xFFFF9301712A6AAC
    0xFFFF9301712391A0
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  2. Posts : 264
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       #92

    Assuming there was no dump file created I think something is going wrong with the system drive. It's almost always the drive that's the problem but it could also be the m.2 slot. Do you have another m.2 slot on your motherboard you could try?
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       #93

    Iíve changed out the motherboard previous to this. Every part has been swapped, and some more than others. Still experiencing the same issue. Just got another one, codes as follows. Do these mean anything?

    Ox0000000000000010
    OXFFFFE6OD50BE0028
    OXFFFFEGODBAACFAAC
    OXFFFFEGOD3AA9-41A0

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    Edit: i guess itís the same ones, but still good to know
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  4. Posts : 264
    Windows 10 Home 21H2
       #94

    Only the first parameter is meaningful without a dump file to look at. The last two hex digits of the first parameter are 10 which indicates a problem was detected with a PCIe device. A dump file would likely tell us which device but we don't have one to check.

    It looks like you have multiple drives and your pagefile is on the C: drive. Can you move the pagefile to a secondary drive and configure Windows to save the dump to, for example, D:\DumpFiles\MEMORY.DMP ? That could allow a dump file to be written to that location even if the system drive goes AWOL.

    edit: Also, please set the dump file type to "Automatic memory dump" if it isn't already.
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  5. Posts : 95
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       #95

    This is the first Iíve heard this suggestion in order to get a dump file. Not saying it wonít work, however no suggestions have worked regarding this issue, as apparently a dump file will only be generated if the BSOD can get to 100%, which it never leaves 0%. Iíve made this change and will keep you updated - thank you!
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  6. Posts : 264
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       #96

    That's why you need to move the pagefile to another drive. Memory gets dumped to the pagefile when a crash happens. That can't occur if the pagefile is on a disk that has gone AWOL.
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       #97

    Awesome! Hopefully that works and we take a big leap toward the answer

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    The results are in- just experienced the same BSOD. Was only using Chrome this timeÖ

    DumpFiles folder I made and pointed it toward is still empty. No dmp file created as the BSOD continued to stay on 0%Volmgr 161 + WHEA-img_9128.jpg
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  8. Posts : 264
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       #98

    Did you change the pagefile settings to move it to another drive? What does msinfo32 show for the page file location?

    This page has directions on how to do it.
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  9. Posts : 95
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       #99

    Nope! I did not- thanks for the hyperlink. I went to make this change, but after following the directions, it says to delete a C:\pageinfo.sys on the root, but I donít see that anywhere, nor was this made on my D drive so Iím not sure it would set it there then
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  10. Posts : 264
    Windows 10 Home 21H2
       #100

    It's a less than intuitive interface. I've found that I have to set the system for no pagefile, exit out of the dialogs, restart the computer, go back into the dialog and then set a new pagefile on the target drive for it to properly set.

    I'd suggest selecting the System managed size radio button option rather than Custom size option shown in the directions.
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