BSOD WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR (hal.dll+395cf / ntoskrnl.exe+25bfbd)

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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    On the memtest86+ there was no information about unexpected interrupt-halting cpu. On the web there were varied opinions. See if you can test the RAM in another computer.
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       #12

    Unfortunately I don't have such an option
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       #13

    I am running the memtest+ overnight again so far so good. Tomorrow I will update again Attachment 148752
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    Hi uuslu,

    Do you have a computer shop nearby where you can test the RAM if the same error occurs?
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    No unfortunately not but I am doing single stick RAM tests with each of 4 stick on the same slot so far I am not getting errors at least 8 passes. It is kind of weird though when I am attending the tests everything runs well even beyond 8 passes. But when I leave it overnight I find the computer shut down on its own. I am suspecting a momentary general power loss in my house. I am not so sure though. What else you think can cause this?
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       #16

    Within the system, only the PSU and motherboard can cause power issues outside of an OS like Linux or Windows.
    Immediately going with assumptions that the PSU and/or motherboard may be at fault is often a bad assumption, these parts are 1 of the last things one normally checks when everything else (except CPU) is ruled out.
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