BSOD DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (ks.sys)

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       #11

    Got another one with the same code as the last one, this time while playing Gigantic, here comes the attachment
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #12

    So i started searching until i found this out:

    Attachment 156497

    Looks like the older versions of razer drivers are more recent than the newest ones, can this trigger bsods ?
    If yes, i'll consider uninstalling Razer Synapse 2.0 and get back my old headset and my Realtek Audio Driver that comes together with the mobo
    Last edited by Shirubidu; 04 Oct 2017 at 12:04.
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       #13

    Update the drivers of your Razer mouse or reinstall them.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #14

    Thanks for the reply, but after i uninstalled Razer Synapse i still got these files showing up, probably because of Windows Update, is it safe to delete them before re-installing the razer drivers ?

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       #15

    They can be ignored
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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    I've sent my desktop to a computer specialist, they've ran tests on my SSD, HDD, RAM, GPU and CPU, all of them clear so they told me it was a Operative System error, since they also said they experienced the bsod's.

    So i picked up my desktop yesterday and performed a clean install of windows 10, with their media creation tool and today when i went away for 10 mins and i came back, it just bsod'ed again and i have literaly no clue of what is causing them.

    Posting the dumpfilebelow
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       #17

    There isn't much useful that can be retrieved from the dump.

    Boot into safe mode and see if a crash occurs, if a crash occurs it is a hardware issue.
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       #18

    Now that i've remembered, when i first started having bsod problems was right after i bought 2 ram sticks (same brand and clock speed 1866mhz) but with almost a 2 year difference compared with the first ones, even though there was nothing wrong when the memtest results came up clean
    Last edited by Shirubidu; 14 Oct 2017 at 07:37.
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       #19

    Remove the other sticks or the newer sticks and see how it goes.
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