Windows 10: Win10 various BSODs
Win10 various BSODs
I've been getting blue screens about once or twice a day since I've built my computer. So far I've got:
system service exception(win32kfull)
faulty hardware corrupted page
Faulty hardware no equal page
bad memory management (or something similiar)
system thread exception not handled
IRQL not less or equal
Checked bluescreenviewer and Event logs but nothing I could pinpoint it to myself. Usually the minidumps seem to point at ntoskrnl, but once it was the win32kfull. At first they only happened during gaming, but since then it doesn't seem to matter what I do, at times alt tabbing triggers a bsod, other times I might just be browsing on Mozilla and the whole computer freezes.
Before coming here for help I did google the problems quite a lot. People seem to have blamed various drivers, often ASUS or Intel since the 170Z-A motherboard is theirs. Some also figured that an overclock or changing Load-line calibration level might help, none have worked for me so far. So possibly it could be some power/voltage problem between the motherboard and other components.
Tried newer and older AMD gpu drivers but so far none have made a difference. All other drivers I updated about a month ago after building the pc. Memtest has also been done and 8 passes came out as clean.
Hopefully somebody here can look a bit deeper and pinpoint it to something. Thanks in advance.
Hello Juize and welcome to 10forums!
I notice that you aren't on the latest build available for Windows 10, I would recommend that you check Settings -> Update & Security -> Check for updates.
I'm going to hold off until you have updated I don't really know if this will solve all of your problems but hopefully some.
Patching actually went through this time when I tried it today. Usually it hanged during some part of the install process for hours. But now my OS version is indeed 10586.164 and I'll keep this thread updated when/if the next bluescreen happens.
Thanks for the update, though there would be a way to force the crash if you don't want to wait.
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