Bsod unexpected_store_exception

  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 64 bits

    Bsod unexpected_store_exception

    Hi everyone,
    (Sorry for my bad english)

    I have a problem for months with my Windows 10. Firstly, my wireless card (Qualcomm AR922X/TP-Link WN951N) crashes frequently (probably because of the driver provided by Microsoft).
    Then, I have frequently (at least one time by day) a BSOD with the error UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION.
    I also had the error "DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION".
    I was wondering if that's not because of my power supply, but that doesn't seem to be.
    I have already try a memtest. It seems that there is no problem with the RAM.
    The big problem is that the system freezes ramdomly, both on Linux (installed on a HDD) or Windows 10 (installed on a SSD). The mouse everything are frozen. Sometimes, my computer crashes directly at the bios display (when I power on my computer).

    I do an error scan with HD Tune Pro on the SSD. It reveals that one sector is damaged (0%). But I have a warning with the "Reallocated Event Count" (16) and an "attention" tag with the "Interface CRC Error Client" (131 errors). The software says it may be caused because of a damaged cable.
    With the HDD, I also have an "Interface CRC Error Count" attention tag. I'm currently scanning it and the damaged blocks represent 0.6% (15 sectors).

    I have updated my Bios and everything on Windows with Windows Update and MSI Live Update.
    I have already tried a clean install.

    Do you have any idea about this terrible problem ? Thanks in advance ! I'm completly desperate...
    Last edited by Micheldu49; 26 Jun 2016 at 16:23.
      My Computer

  2. Ztruker's Avatar
    Posts : 10,260
    Windows 10 Pro X64 1909 18363.815

    Definitely a hardware error since it hangs in Linux and Windows. The dump is inconclusive.

    I would Replace the SSD. If you have an older normal hard drive, try it and see if the problem goes away. If yes then buy a new SSD.
      My Computers


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