Windows 10: Blue screen errors while gaming - random errors

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  1. Posts : 12,308
    Windows 10 Pro
       07 Jul 2016 #21

    Prohdgaming, if it is RAM we cannot say with minidumps, the only thing they may show is whether it is caused by memory corruption or not, but why memory corruption occured is another stadium of analysis.

    Memory corruption has a wide range of causes, please read the quote.
    Memory corruption is a thing that is the most coming back in the dumps, because the memory mechanism of Windows is extremely large and complicated. When memory corruption is shown the first step is to rule out the memory as best as possible. The next step is to rule out the drivers what can be done with driver verifier if none is flagged. If drivers are also not causing any problems then we (or at least myself) usually check for the hard drives. Hard drives can also cause memory corruption, as it is the non-volatile version of memory, but there are usually signs about hard drive problems when we suggest something for the hard drive. Another memory corruption is the VRAM, but when that happens there are also signs about it.
    Even though in many cases there are signs of specific components they are also often not present what is the issue with dumps, we cannot say if something is really THE cause until it is tested. Even when we analyze a dump as best as we can it can turn out to be something else, it is something I've had a few weeks ago where all signs were pointing to the hard drive but another component turned out to be faulty and the cause.
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  2. Posts : 2,616
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1703 Build 15063.540
       07 Jul 2016 #22

    prohdgaming said: View Post
    Hi Guys, since I am about to change my RAM sticks there is not point in doing three days long mem test anyway (and these are my holidays and only time I can game properly..

    I got another BSOD with IRQL Less Than Equal

    I have attached here mini dump file for your review, if you can tell me it was due to RAM issue, I will have big sign of relief as at least we know who is the culprit in my entire system

    Many Thanks guys
    I would much rather you spent the time on testing rather than money on new RAM when we do not know for sure if it is the RAM. Only the test can confirm that the RAM is faulty, it is not conclusive from the mini-dumps. One suggestion is to test one stick at a time or in pairs and hope that you pick up a problem more quickly that way.
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  3.    08 Jul 2016 #23

    Thanks Guys

    But as I have mentioned I am about to change all memory sticks with new ones I rather do tests on new ones than these old sticks to see if it is really the cause of crashes

    I got few more crashes after that, latest one being just now " SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION"

    I have attached few more dump files for your analysis

    Many Thanks
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