BSOD During youtube videos

  1.    28 Dec 2016 #1

    BSOD During youtube videos

    So i very recently did a clean install of windows 10 and have experienced 2 BSOD since then and only when i was watching youtube videos. I did some of my own troubleshooting and tried reinstalling drivers but i got a second BSOD shortly after.

    Any help is greatly apprreciated! Thanks!

    Logs attached.
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  2.    28 Dec 2016 #2

    From what I saw of the dumps there was nothing conclusive. To help make sure you are running the latest drivers, here is your mother board's Driver Page, make sure everything listed there is up to date.

    I would suggest running Driver Verifier to help us figure out which driver is misbehaving.

    1. Launch Driver Verifier via Start -> "verifier", if it is blue screening before you can do this, boot into safe mode first.

    2. Select: "Create custom settings (for code developers)"

    3. Enable the following options:

    Special Pool
    Force IRQL checking
    Pool tracking
    I/O verification
    Deadlock Detection
    DMA checking
    Security checks
    Miscellaneoous checks
    Power framework delay fuzzing
    DDI compliance checking

    4. Select driver names from a list -> Sort by provider and select all non-Microsoft drivers

    5. Reboot, wait for another blue screen and then post resulting crash dumps.

    6. Once it has blue screened several times, launch Driver Verifier again, and select "Delete existing Settings". Then Reboot.
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  3.    07 Jan 2017 #3

    So i did as you instructed with Driver verifier and the computer has crashed 3 more times since then. The first 2 times however it did not create any .dmp files. I have attached the logs from the crash today. Thanks for your time i really appreciate it!
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  4.    08 Jan 2017 #4

    The fact that the system is not generating crash dumps after blue screens likely implies the system is encountering problems too severe to continue with dumping memory to disk. I would check your RAM with Memtest86+, let this run overnight or longer. If any errors show up you have a bad stick or sticks of RAM.
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  5.    10 Jan 2017 #5

    I ran memtest86 and on the third pass the test showed 44 errors. Im going to assume that I need new RAM.
    I really appreciate all your time and help. Im glad I finally have a resolution.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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