BSOD randomly browsing internet; ntoskrnl.exe

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #121

    There are some things to check that attribute to the dump.
    Please search "services.msc" (without quotes),
    In the services search for the service 'Windows Error Reporting Service',
    When you see it right click the service, choose properties and check the startup type. If the startup type is NOT manual then you have to change it to manual.
    When this service does not have the startup type manual, no dump will be created.
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  2. Posts : 74
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       #122

    It's manual, sadly :<

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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       #123

    In the tutorial of configuring a minidump, the pagefile is mentioned
    Please make sure the pagefile is properly configured, in the link of the pagefile it is described for vista but it is similar to Windows 10.
    The complete memory dump will require that there is a page file set to at least the size of physical memory installed plus 1MB (for the header).
    Virtual Memory Paging File - Change
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  4. Posts : 74
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       #124

    It seems fine, I guess...

    Attachment 54569

    Also, a completely new BSOD, yet again! Still amazed that I keep getting new BSOD titles after such a long time, lol.

    Could you take a quick peek?

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  5. axe0's Avatar
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       #125

    Has this crash happened in safe mode?
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  6. Posts : 74
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       #126

    Normal mode - I had to log in real quick to get some stuff done (going to visit my girlfriend's family @ Christmas in another country) and when I was doing some trip related stuff, it crashed and burned.

    Oh, and I'll be gone from 22th December to 27th December, so you'll have a nice vacation from checking my BSODs

    "BAD_POOL_CALLER", wth is that stuff?
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  7. axe0's Avatar
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       #127

    'A driver incorrectly attempted to perform a memory operation' is the meaning of the crash.

    However no driver has been flagged so far I can check.
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  8. Posts : 74
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       #128

    Ouch. This is getting really out of hand.

    If I don't get any BSOD @ safe mode tomorrow, I guess it's REINSTALL TIME.

    It really circles around drivers and memory, doesn't it. So weird.
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  9. axe0's Avatar
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       #129

    I know.
    A little difficulty is when one really quick wants to do something in normal mode a lot of times and thus the system crashes a lot of times. No offense, it happens sometimes, it just can make it difficult to keep the overview of everything unfortunately.
    I gladly try to analyse the dumps for you, but my aim currently will be waiting for the result of safe mode and from there move to the next step :)
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  10. Posts : 74
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       #130

    Well, I'm back, and so are the BSODs, of course.

    Despite my best efforts, I can't get the system to crash in safe mode. It doesn't help that I can't use the biggest offenders there, namely f00bar and Diablo3 (with Thunderbird active).

    Three new dumps (older - Diablo3, newer - just happened when listening to the music, F00bar, newest - Diablo3 again):

    Attachment 55935

    axe0, what's the next step?

    my plan is to basically reinstall win10 if we don't figure out anything till the end of the week.
    If I get bsods there, I'm rolling back to Win7 and forgetting Win10, it's useless to me at that point.
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