BSODs caused by ntoskrnl.exe and win32kbase.sys while playing League

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       #31

    You need to reboot your system to scan c:.
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       #32

    I have and it scanned, when i got back no notification or something, just my login screen
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  3. Posts : 14,893
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       #33

    There is no message of chkdsk, only a log stored that can be viewed in eventviewer under the tag 'wininit' or 'chkdsk'.
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       #34

    And i need to send you the log?
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       #35

    It works the same as you did earlier, only difference is a system reboot
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       #36

    Its done i know that, but i was asking if I had to send you the log of eventviewer or not.

    Anyways, ill just send it along with some fresh BSOD dmp files
    Last edited by DanielvR; 12 May 2017 at 12:24.
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  7. Posts : 14,893
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       #37

    How old is your hardware?
    Is when playing LOL the only time a BSOD occurs?

    Just to let you know, or confirm if you already thought so, the various amount of BSOD indicate a good chance that the issue is a hardware problem (hence the tests).
    Some hardware problems are more difficult to identify than others, like a hard drive problem and a CPU problem. Hard drive problems are the most occuring, they can be identified with quite some methods. CPU problems is quite rare and quite difficult to identify.
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       #38

    All my hardware is about a year old, no it also occurs when I surf on internet or summin, but it mostly occurs while playing league. One odd thing i know is that according to your tool to get to know the system specs, my GPU is a R9 and not an R7. Idk if this is a bug in the tool or something else.
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  9. Posts : 14,893
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       #39

    It is likely a small bug. The tool was written for Windows 7 users, but works good enough for other Windows versions :)
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       #40

    If it is an ''unnoticeable'' hardware issue, it is most likely not my hard drive. Before i had my SSD i ran it on my HDD and back then I had the BSODs aswell.
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