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  1. Thread: Alienware 17 R3 random? BSOD by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 12 Views 3,977

    Sounds like a driver isn't cleaning up properly,...

    Sounds like a driver isn't cleaning up properly, does the same thing happen without the secondary monitor?

    Please run the V2 log collector to provide more data about the problem...
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    You're trying to address potential unknown...

    You're trying to address potential unknown devices or what's the goal with this driver update program? Because I don't really see why the focus is on drivers here considering why 0xEF crashes occur...
  3. Thread: DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (133) when 1-3 hours into a game by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 982

    Okay, that's a 30GB memory dump file, one I...

    Okay, that's a 30GB memory dump file, one I cannot open because of the file size.

    Please change the memory dump settings to an Automatic dump file....
  4. Thread: DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (133) when 1-3 hours into a game by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 982

    As mentioned, the file C:\Windows\MEMORY.dmp is...

    As mentioned, the file C:\Windows\MEMORY.dmp is needed to continue.

    The tests from driver verifier are used to identify common problems that have been seen over the years in drivers. When driver...
  5. Thread: DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (133) when 1-3 hours into a game by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 982

    Just something to point out, missing drivers...

    Just something to point out, missing drivers means there's software or hardware you can't use properly or not at all. That is something you would notice and doesn't cause system crashes normally.

    ...
  6. Thread: DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (133) when 1-3 hours into a game by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 8 Views 982

    Which settings did you use for driver verifier? ...

    Which settings did you use for driver verifier?

    I recommend removing the driver software, you really don't need it.
  7. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    There's nothing out of the ordinary with multiple...

    There's nothing out of the ordinary with multiple copies of the same file, they're just different versions of the same file. This is the same for many other Windows files.

    If ntdll.dll is the...
  8. Thread: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA While Loading Halo: MCC by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 5 Views 5,292

    0x50 has many different causes and drivers are...

    0x50 has many different causes and drivers are quite common, more common than bad memory so RAM wouldn't be the first thing I'd focus on. If the crashes recur, consider what Philc34 mentioned, report...
  9. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    Just to inform you, while I may appear online I...

    Just to inform you, while I may appear online I am a student at a university following classes regardless of the pandemic. I am doing so from home on my computer that has one tab open for tenforums....
  10. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    Please answer my question, I would like to know...

    Please answer my question, I would like to know on what SSD the crashes occur. I also just realized that my question was poorly worded. I did not mean to say that the SSD is causing the problems, I...
  11. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    Okay, good to know. Have you mentioned...

    Okay, good to know.

    Have you mentioned anywhere, whether this thread or your other thread, which SSD it is that is causing the problem?
  12. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    Good to see, but I unfortunately see something...

    Good to see, but I unfortunately see something else as well. Your system runs on 8GB of RAM using memory modules that are not tested to work together, which goes a bit further to what Philc43 said....
  13. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    I don't mean to continue uselessly about the...

    I don't mean to continue uselessly about the memory test, but I notice its version 4.20 and not 5.01. Version 5.01 has lots of improvements that don't make 4.20 worth it running anymore. If you have...
  14. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    This is the memory test I would like you to run,...

    This is the memory test I would like you to run, all important information is in the tutorial.
    MemTest86+ - Test RAM
  15. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    The question I have is, is it really a software...

    The question I have is, is it really a software bug or hardware problem? With this 0xEF I want to ensure hardware is excluded as much as possible as a potential cause, there's not much of a point...
  16. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    In case you might be interested on the 0xEF,...

    In case you might be interested on the 0xEF, something I wrote about why 0xEF occurs and why it's not an easy bugcheck to debug.
    The Special BSOD Reason: 0xEF and 0xF4 | Sysnative Forums

    Can you...
  17. Thread: BSOD - Critical Process Died... by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 64 Views 20,592

    The process of replacing Windows protected files...

    The process of replacing Windows protected files is quite complicated and not risk free. I would not recommend attempting replacing Windows protected files manually because you may introduce serious...
  18. Thread: BSOD after I leave computer on for a while by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 9 Views 4,785

    Please try the following: Open taskmanager ...

    Please try the following:

    Open taskmanager

    Go to the tab startup
    disable everything


    Search msconfig and open it
  19. Thread: BSOD after I leave computer on for a while by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 9 Views 4,785

    Does this also happen in safe mode?

    Does this also happen in safe mode?
  20. Thread: BSOD after I leave computer on for a while by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 9 Views 4,785

    Please run MemTest6 instead, download it from...

    Please run MemTest6 instead, download it from here: MemTest86 - Official Site of the x86 and ARM Memory Testing Tool
    Instructions for the installation process on a USB device (it will erase all data...
  21. Thread: BSOD after I leave computer on for a while by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 9 Views 4,785

    Please let a few more crashes occur, then rerun...

    Please let a few more crashes occur, then rerun the log collector tool and upload a new zip to your onedrive. Let me know when it's uploaded to your onedrive.
  22. Thread: BSOD after I leave computer on for a while by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 9 Views 4,785

    As a first step I would recommend that you remove...

    As a first step I would recommend that you remove the Gigabyte software, they have been known to cause crashes similar to yours. Once the Gigabyte software has been removed, see how your system...
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    It appears that Windows is illegitimately...

    It appears that Windows is illegitimately activated, no help is given until Windows is genuinely activated.

    My recommendation: get a genuine key from Microsoft or authorized retailers and properly...
  24. Thread: How do I enable Windows 10 logging? by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 2 Views 556

    Hi micmic, Your settings look fine. If you...

    Hi micmic,

    Your settings look fine. If you never touched the settings, they'll be default which is fine.

    The only place to get detailed information about BSOD crashes is with a dump file,...
  25. Thread: Kmode exception not handled error BSoD! by axe0
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 1 Views 238

    Please follow BSOD - Posting Instructions...

    Please follow BSOD - Posting Instructions to provide more information.
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