Multiple BSODs in the past 5 hours, only under light system load

  1. DiaSin's Avatar
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    Multiple BSODs in the past 5 hours, only under light system load


    Ok.. so I have had blue screens from time to time, this being the tech preview I thought nothing of it. After the last one I thought that even though it doesn't BSOD under heavy load, it might be that my overclock was not as stable as it used to be and reset my motherboard to default settings.. I have had multiple BSODs since then, meaning in the past few hours. It was every 20 minutes or so at one point, while I was trying to watch streaming video.. I figure ok.. it never does this under heavy system load.. so I switched from chrome to safari for my mythbusters marathon.. lo and behold it stops bluescreening for a good 2-3 hours or so.. but it just started again and I am at wits end with this. I don't know how to read dump files, I know I had used whocrashed in the past, but that does not seem to work on Win10.. and blue screen view just says ntoskrnl, which I know can't be the actual cause.. so I am turning to you guys.

    Edit: I am on build 10130 if that info is needed.
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  2. DiaSin's Avatar
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    I have had more bluescreens in the full day since I posted this... I would really like some help here..
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  3. rvbfan's Avatar
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    You say you have been over clocking? I would start with running memtest. Also check your temps. I would want to rule out a piece of hardware going south on you.
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  4. DiaSin's Avatar
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    rvbfan said:
    You say you have been over clocking? I would start with running memtest. Also check your temps. I would want to rule out a piece of hardware going south on you.
    Like I said in my first post.. I reversed my overclock (more specifically I straight up hit clear cmos on my motherboard, everything is dead stock right now) before the last batch of bluescreens. I am ALWAYS monitoring my temps with a piece of software on my second screen, and have never seen higher than 88c on my CPU (and that was at 4.7ghz under artificial load for stress testing) and 75c on my GPU, both numbers are WELL within safe limits. With the OC reversed my CPU has never passed 65 that I have seen. I already tried running memtest overnight since most of the bluescreens say memory_management but it came up clean.

    I really want to know what driver is actually tagged in those dumps, the software I used to use (WhoCrashed) does not work on Windows 10 and BlueScreenView just shows ntoskrnl.exe in all of them which I know can't be right.
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  5. DiaSin's Avatar
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    Would someone please look at the dumps I posted more than 2 days ago? I don't know what software to use to analyze them on Win10. Seeing a dedicated section for bluescreens and people analyzing the dumps was the whole reason I posted this on these forums instead of the much larger tech site I usually use.
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  6. Carsomyr's Avatar
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    DiaSin said:
    Would someone please look at the dumps I posted more than 2 days ago? I don't know what software to use to analyze them on Win10. Seeing a dedicated section for bluescreens and people analyzing the dumps was the whole reason I posted this on these forums instead of the much larger tech site I usually use.
    I could be wrong (but I am almost positive I'm right) I don't think we can review dumps on Win10 yet... Microsoft has not released the debug symbols for Windows 10 yet, so Windbg does not work (which I learned from posting my own problem on the forum). And I would assume their is no 3rd party software that can do it yet either. That isn't what any of us want to hear but I guess we just have to hold out until the symbols are released.
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