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  1. Thread: Repeat BSOD after clean install...looking for causes by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
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    All of the dumps show the Nvidia driver version...

    All of the dumps show the Nvidia driver version as 466.63 which causes DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION crashes on some systems. The msinfo32 information shows 466.47, though. Have you had any crashes with the...
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    Can you try cleaning up those components with...

    Can you try cleaning up those components with rubbing alcohol? I'm no expert but that's not what I've typically seen when a component has burned up. Perhaps it's just residue from what got spilled...
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    If it's the freezing problem rather than BSODs...

    If it's the freezing problem rather than BSODs still then please do try to make another manual dump.
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    Can you make another log with the latest dumps...

    Can you make another log with the latest dumps for comparison?
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    Ingmar - thank you for the update. I'd be curious...

    Ingmar - thank you for the update. I'd be curious to know what Razer tells you so please do let us know if you get a response that can be shared. Good luck!
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    @Ingmar...

    @Ingmar - the next time it happens can you try creating a dump of the Chrome process that is hung? If you right-click the process in Task Manager there should be an option to "Create dump file" in...
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    Unfortunately that dump seems to be corrupted....

    Unfortunately that dump seems to be corrupted. None of the WinDbg commands or extensions seem to work with it. We'll need to try to get another one but I don't think an Automatic dump is going to...
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    I'm not sure if the numbers still apply to...

    I'm not sure if the numbers still apply to Windows 10 but on Windows 7 the memory.dmp file would be deleted if there was less than 25GB of free space on the destination volume. That behavior can be...
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    This is not something I encounter very often so...

    This is not something I encounter very often so I'll need to do some reviews of manual crash dump analysis. A quick look suggests to me that we might need a Complete dump, unfortunately. All of the...
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    Just try Automatic first and see if it gets what...

    Just try Automatic first and see if it gets what we need at a reasonable file size. The memory.dmp files compress quite well so I'd suggest zipping the file in any case. They will most likely need to...
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    The same thing as you described in your original...

    The same thing as you described in your original post is happening? Most importantly, you're unable to get already running processes to respond to input?

    A trace will likely only be useful if we...
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    I've not seen that happen with a folder like...

    I've not seen that happen with a folder like LiveKernelReports. I could see it with a data or user folder, perhaps.

    A spent CMOS battery is what I typically see when odd dates show up on system...
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    I'm not sure why that would be but let's set that...

    I'm not sure why that would be but let's set that aside. Assuming it is a GPU issue philc43's suggestion is a good idea.

    You never had this problem before installing the new m.2 SSD? Have you...
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    Does that date make sense? Is this a Windows...

    Does that date make sense? Is this a Windows installation from at least as far back as the end of 2019?
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    What is the "Date Modified" of that folder in...

    What is the "Date Modified" of that folder in File Explorer? That it exists suggests at least one live kernel dump was created at some point though it may have been deleted to free up disk space.
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    Hi Ingmar, Please check...

    Hi Ingmar,

    Please check C:\Windows\LiveKernelReports to see if there are any dump files in it or its subfolders. Your description reads like symptoms of a GPU experiencing timeout detection and...
  17. Thread: Constantly freezing by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 5 Views 641

    Which revision is your GA-B85M-D3H? According to...

    Which revision is your GA-B85M-D3H? According to the system information you're running the F8 BIOS for your motherboard and it has a timestamp of 10/24/2013 - well before Windows 10 was released....
  18. Thread: BSOD at shutdown PFN Corrupt message by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 36 Views 8,635

    The DV induced crash is blaming a Hauppague...

    The DV induced crash is blaming a Hauppague driver.

    DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION (c4)
    A device driver attempting to corrupt the system has been caught. This is
    because the driver was...
  19. Thread: BSOD Bugcheck 0x00000133 after Modern Warfar by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 27 Views 90,977

    Please right-click the script icon, select Run as...

    Please right-click the script icon, select Run as administrator, and then post a screenshot of the error message in the cmd terminal if it appears and stays on screen.
  20. Thread: BSOD Bugcheck 0x00000133 after Modern Warfar by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 27 Views 90,977

    Please open a cmd terminal, run the following...

    Please open a cmd terminal, run the following commands:


    path

    where xperf


    and copy/paste the output in a reply.
  21. Thread: BSOD Bugcheck 0x00000133 after Modern Warfar by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 27 Views 90,977

    If it's working correctly it should run in the...

    If it's working correctly it should run in the background (so don't close the cmd terminal window - you need to do that by pressing a key when you want it to stop) and it will keep the trace data of...
  22. Thread: BSOD Bugcheck 0x00000133 after Modern Warfar by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 27 Views 90,977

    Hi Kdiizle, Please download the file here...

    Hi Kdiizle,

    Please download the file here, save it to your Desktop, right-click its icon, and select Run as administrator. It should bring up a cmd terminal waiting for you to press a key to start...
  23. Thread: BSOD while playing games by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 65 Views 53,331

    Yes, the NVMe drive is an SSD. My guess would...

    Yes, the NVMe drive is an SSD.

    My guess would be some games cause the GPU to work harder than others and generate more heat. In a laptop especially, that heat can heat up other components -...
  24. Thread: BSOD while playing games by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 65 Views 53,331

    I've seen BIOS bugs cause WHEA bug checks but...

    I've seen BIOS bugs cause WHEA bug checks but you're using the latest. In the Cause section of the Microsoft documentation for that bugcheck it's most likely a hardware issue; even possibly memory...
  25. Thread: BSOD while playing games by cwsink
    Forum: BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Replies 65 Views 53,331

    Honestly, I'm wondering if you've been sent a...

    Honestly, I'm wondering if you've been sent a system with a hardware issue. The dumps I've seen are very consistent and always involve the NVMe drive being reset because of a surprise disconnect. As...
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