Windows 10: Page Fault- totally random times
Page Fault- totally random times
I've been battling a BSOD.. mostly Page Fault in a non-paged area. Sometimes critical Process Died... maybe a few others.. Complete random times. The pc is about 5 months old, check the specs down below. In my googlefoo of dealing with this Page Fault tends to point to hardware faults with ram or power supply is always suspect.
So I replaced the power supply. Same thing immediately. Return Power supply so I could buy the only ram they had. PNY 16gb 2400Mhz. Same thing happens. I've rebuilt and checked all connections multiple times, loaded Windows up to a different ssd(same usb installer).. same thing..moved the gpu around to a slower slot.. switched the ram slots.. new to building computers and making sure I had everything connected properly, which everything is. With further help from google I have landed here, hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Using BSOD viewer it pointed to the windows 10 kernel... which might point to a driver going crazy is how I understand it. Hardware wise I'm at the point of blaming the motherboard.
Intel i5 6600k
Pny 120gb ssd for OS(original)
Kingston 240GB ssd(ssd test)
Asrock k6 motherboard
16gb PNY DDR4 2400- (brand new)
8gb Patriot Viper DDR4-2133
Attached the DM Log File, will be adding more as they become available.
No dump in the zip file you uploaded.
Event viewer log shows this:
Please make sure your PC is configured for small dump files:
Log Name: System
Event ID: 46
User Name: N/A
Crash dump initialization failed!
How to Configure Windows 10 to Create Dump Files on BSOD
If you are running a disk cleaner like CCleaner, please don't use it again until this problem is resolved as it deletes mini-dumps.
I see you use MBAM (Malware Bytes Anti-malware). It shows a lot of activity right around the time unexpected shutdowns are occuring. May not be related but for now, please uninstall MBAM, see if that helps.
Huh.. Minidumps should be there already set up.. On the plus side once I get it to boot and upload there should be more of them.. I'm honestly pointing my finger st dimm slots.. Not that they aren't working.. Just not correctly.. But let me get some logs up.
The 1/20/2017 9:12PM dump indicates a problem with Malware Bytes anti-malware:
Uninstall Malwarebytes Anti-malware, see if that resolves the problem. If it does, you can try dopw nloading and installing the latest version to see if it works.
ffffba81`1bf47180 fffff80b`54468690*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for MBAMChameleon.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for MBAMChameleon.sys
ffffba81`1bf47188 fffff80b`54461703 MBAMChameleon+0x1703
I have Uninstalled it.. Haven't been able to boot up to grab more dumps.. I have reinstalled windows with a fresh format multiple times.. I can pretty much guarantee malwarebytes isn't causing the problem.
MBAM may not be the only problem but it was a problem. We need to squash them one at a time as they show up I guess.
Any more dumps to look at since the 20th?
I'm replacing hardware.. Ordered a new motherboard.. Processor is next.. Of course it was a problem was from an old ninite install.. I just ignored all updates and everything when it worked to grab logs once I had logs I Uninstalled it.. That windows is now gone and has been replaced with a fresh install of windows.. Same problems occur with no Internet connection.. No extra drivers.. No extra drives.. Every combination of ram I could do.. If motherboard doesn't work.. Going to replace processor.. If problem persists.. Etc etc.. Lol
Painful for sure. Good luck.
Hey I am new here so I will try and keep this as concise as possible!
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Recently 'upgraded' to 10 from 7.
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