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

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       #51

    I'd suggest to read the link I posted in previous post, it explains what to do.
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       #52

    But thats for when i cant boot at all right? Atleast i think so, because all the steps refer to if the issue persists when it boots.
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       #53

    It's for when a hardware issue exists, not only for boot issues.

    Its written from the perspective of boot issues, but it doesn't mean it is only for that kind of issues.
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       #54

    So, i ran a custom PRIME95 to check the RAM again (ram used at 7000) however after like 10 min windows tells me that the application has stopped working. What could be the cause? Ram violation? Sudden process supression? (idk though, just my fantasy )
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       #55

    More likely a crash due to a bug because of the custom test.

    It's the first thing I'd think about, I'm developing personal apps and constantly debug such crashes.
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       #56

    So i just got this random spam of messages like these >.> i couldnt restart or shut down properly so had to use the power button,
    https://gyazo.com/fff0b4510be3b8213478cede953fdd6e
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       #57

    Windows Error Reporting had issues saving issues....

    WER is a utility with which Microsoft gathers errors and crashes to improve stability and performance, though I'm not 100% sure if they actually send it to their servers.

    We should've ruled out the RAM as a potential cause, however, all tests on the internet are never 100% bullet proof. The best test is to swap the RAM.
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       #58

    hm, okk. Ill try to swap slots first because it could be a slot aswell.

    Also, a friend of mine looked at this thread aswell. He said it kinda looked like timing issues, like caused by overclocking, but didnt know how to check or how to solve.
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       #59

    Timing and overclocking are best checked in the BIOS.

    Check the standard specifications of your CPU, RAM and possibly also GPU, then go through the motherboard manual to see where you can find what.
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       #60

    Ill try that

    So i might have found a cause, AMD's Cool n Quiet technology was enabled, while it could cause stability issues if the RAM or PSU didnt support it. I will let you know if it fixed anything :)
    Last edited by DanielvR; 25 May 2017 at 06:13.
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