Windows 10: Random BSOD and restarts on clean windows 10 installation when idle

  1.    07 Jan 2017 #1

    Random BSOD and restarts on clean windows 10 installation when idle


    Hi,

    I have just built a PC for a friend (specs in signature). MemTest86 passes all tests (including extended tests overnight) with zero errors. Windows 10 pro installed onto clean, unpartitioned SSD. No overclocks in place, all hardware in auto configuration). Intel desktop utilities showing temps stable when running prime95 and all temp sensors on green.

    No games or other apps installed apart from Chrome, battle.net (client only) steam (Client only) and burn test / diagnostics (e.g. CPU-Z).

    Only additional hardware apart from MB is an Nvidia 1050 video card (a low power card drawing power from PCI-e bus only) and a MediaTek USB wifi adaptor (windows installed a WHQL driver for this.)

    BSOD and re-starts happened at the following times:


    1) PC idling, no inputs, sudden restart
    2) Starting a download in Steam whilst downloading WOW in battle.net

    There have been 2 other re-starts which appeared to result in no dump files

    I am posting the dumps here. Would really like an idea what is going on.
    Random BSOD and restarts on clean windows 10 installation when idle Attached Files
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  2. Posts : 5,101
    Windows 10 Pro X64 15063.483
       08 Jan 2017 #2

    Your running with mixed RAM:
    Code:
    [Memory Device (Type 17) - Length 28 - Handle 002bh]
      Physical Memory Array Handle  0028h
      Memory Error Info Handle      002ch
      Total Width                   64 bits
      Data Width                    64 bits
      Size                          4096MB
      Form Factor                   09h - DIMM
      Device Set                    [None]
      Device Locator                DIMM 3
      Bank Locator                  CHANNEL A DIMM 0
      Memory Type                   18h - Specification Reserved
      Type Detail                   0080h - Synchronous
      Speed                         1333MHz
      Manufacturer                  Undefined       
      Serial Number                           
      Asset Tag Number                             
      Part Number                   ST51264BA1339.16FK
    
    [Memory Device (Type 17) - Length 28 - Handle 0031h]
      Physical Memory Array Handle  0028h
      Memory Error Info Handle      0032h
      Total Width                   64 bits
      Data Width                    64 bits
      Size                          4096MB
      Form Factor                   09h - DIMM
      Device Set                    [None]
      Device Locator                DIMM 4
      Bank Locator                  CHANNEL B DIMM 0
      Memory Type                   18h - Specification Reserved
      Type Detail                   0080h - Synchronous
      Speed                         1333MHz
      Manufacturer                  Undefined       
      Serial Number                           
      Asset Tag Number                             
      Part Number                   RMR1870EC58E9F1333
    May not be a problem but has some times caused BSODs and other failures. I recommend removing one of them and runnin gwith 4GB as a test. If no problem then get a DIMM thgat matches what is installed or replace both with a matched set of 8GB DIMMs perhaps.

    All the dumps are identical:
    Code:
    CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION (109)
    This bugcheck is generated when the kernel detects that critical kernel code or
    data have been corrupted. There are generally three causes for a corruption:
    1) A driver has inadvertently or deliberately modified critical kernel code
     or data. See http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/driver/kernel/64bitPatching.mspx
    2) A developer attempted to set a normal kernel breakpoint using a kernel
     debugger that was not attached when the system was booted. Normal breakpoints,
     "bp", can only be set if the debugger is attached at boot time. Hardware
     breakpoints, "ba", can be set at any time.
    3) A hardware corruption occurred, e.g. failing RAM holding kernel code or data.
    Arguments:
    Arg1: a3a025e43168b81b, Reserved
    Arg2: b3b7326a83e9d0a5, Reserved
    Arg3: 00000000000001a0, Failure type dependent information
    Arg4: 0000000000000007, Type of corrupted region, can be
        0   : A generic data region
        1   : Modification of a function or .pdata
        2   : A processor IDT
        3   : A processor GDT
        4   : Type 1 process list corruption
        5   : Type 2 process list corruption
        6   : Debug routine modification
        7   : Critical MSR modification
        8   : Object type
        9   : A processor IVT
        a   : Modification of a system service function
        b   : A generic session data region
        c   : Modification of a session function or .pdata
        d   : Modification of an import table
        e   : Modification of a session import table
        f   : Ps Win32 callout modification
        10  : Debug switch routine modification
        11  : IRP allocator modification
        12  : Driver call dispatcher modification
        13  : IRP completion dispatcher modification
        14  : IRP deallocator modification
        15  : A processor control register
        16  : Critical floating point control register modification
        17  : Local APIC modification
        18  : Kernel notification callout modification
        19  : Loaded module list modification
        1a  : Type 3 process list corruption
        1b  : Type 4 process list corruption
        1c  : Driver object corruption
        1d  : Executive callback object modification
        1e  : Modification of module padding
        1f  : Modification of a protected process
        20  : A generic data region
        21  : A page hash mismatch
        22  : A session page hash mismatch
        23  : Load config directory modification
        24  : Inverted function table modification
        25  : Session configuration modification
        26  : An extended processor control register
        27  : Type 1 pool corruption
        28  : Type 2 pool corruption
        29  : Type 3 pool corruption
        101 : General pool corruption
        102 : Modification of win32k.sys
    Nothing else of use in the dumps.

    You can try removing the Nvidia card and using the onboard Intel HD for awhile, see if that makes a difference.

    Your board is old and no longer supported by Intel, though it should be okay with Windows 10.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


 

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