Windows 10: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION Among Others, Constant BSOD. Desperate Solved

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  1.    07 Oct 2016 #21

    axe0 said: View Post
    What are the results? Without the requested results I cannot tell if you did them.
    I add a line after every test to make a photo or screenshot or to upload a log after the test is done. Those results are necessary so I can verify that the tests have been performed properly.
    I want to verify them, because many do not perform the tests properly, 2 examples:
    • With MemTest86+, many run MemTest86 which often does not show proper results
    • With chkdsk, many run them from Windows Explorer or run only 'chkdsk', this results in several things being left unchecked/repaired, like the Master File Table or used space marked as free space (or the opposite). By leaving them unrepaired the file system may still be in a critical condition.
    I posted three screenshots of the three tests in HD Tune Up in my earlier post (health, read speed, and error scan). I ran memtest before I started this thread but I'm pretty positive I did everything correctly. I can run it again but it will take an entire night at least. Also, I ran CHKDSK earlier as well, with your guidance. The only thing I haven't run is SeaTools. The overclocking issue does not help you at all in narrowing down the problem?
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  2. Posts : 11,526
    Windows 10 Pro
       07 Oct 2016 #22

    The overclocking issue does not help you at all in narrowing down the problem?
    I have zero experience with overclocking issues. My knowledge with the timings, voltages and other settings that relate to overclocking is also pretty limited.
    I've requested help for this issue.
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  3. Posts : 135
    10 Home 64-bit | v1607 | Build -14393.1198
       07 Oct 2016 #23

    I'm a bit confused, in post #19 you state that you're not overclocking (OC), but in post #21 you are asking
    The overclocking issue does not help you at all in narrowing down the problem?
    If you are OCing return any settings that were OCd back to their defaults, then see if the problem persists, that includes your graphics card the GTX 1060.
    You first must see if you have a stable system at default before any troubleshooting can continue.

    I've looked at your dbg files and msinfo, three of the dbg's are for memory corruption and one for LogonUI.exe which handles graphics, in the msinfo you're showing a lot of errors related to PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_10F1 and that points to
    NVIDIA.

    Summary:

    • One way you can test is to disable the GTX card and go with the on-board graphics to see if your system stabilizes or..Run this: FurMark - GPU Stress Test to see if the GTX card is okay.


    • Being that the LogonUI.exe file is a system file you could try running a SFC scan to see if you can repair it and run the scan as an Administrator, even if the first scan comes back with no integrity violations it might help if you run the scan at least twice more with re-boots in between.


    Though I'm thinking if the GTX card is bad and you fix it the Logon crash may go away, but run the SFC scan to remove any doubt that the Logon file is corrupted.

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  4.    07 Oct 2016 #24

    Anak said: View Post
    I'm a bit confused, in post #19 you state that you're not overclocking (OC), but in post #21 you are asking If you are OCing return any settings that were OCd back to their defaults, then see if the problem persists, that includes your graphics card the GTX 1060.

    Though I'm thinking if the GTX card is bad and you fix it the Logon crash may go away, but run the SFC scan to remove any doubt that the Logon file is corrupted.

    Will do. However, I experienced the exact same errors before I got the 1060 (my computer originally had GT 740), so I think that would rule out the graphics card. When I mentioned the "overlocking issue", I meant the issue that the computer gave me an 'overclocking failed' error despite me not overclocking at all.
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  5. Posts : 135
    10 Home 64-bit | v1607 | Build -14393.1198
       08 Oct 2016 #25

    Thanks for the clarification!

    Is your machine store-bought or did you build it?

    With your machine having problems with two nvidia cards I seem to recall that nvidia had compatibility problems with either AMD CPU's, ASUS MB's M5A99FX PRO R2.0, even gskill memory, but all that may/should of been fixed by now, wouldn't you think?

    Then when I searched for "overclocking failed' error despite me not overclocking at all" I saw this: How to fix overclocking failed error, maybe it will help?

    google search for: overclock failed asus motherboard
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  6.    08 Oct 2016 #26

    Thank you, that link seems helpful. I will try it.
    I built my computer.
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  7.    22 Oct 2016 #27

    To anyone else having this problem: installing my os on an SSD seems to have fixed it. Good luck.
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