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Also, if you think this issue would be easier to solve by me reinstalling Windows 10, just let me know. MadMikentistMay 19, 2016, 12:58 AM I know I keep saying it, but thank you so much for the help. There are many tools on the internet that can analyze these; however, Microsoft has its own tool. Thanks in advance!



I have a Windows 8 this blue screen appears and restart it self and then says Window repearing it self but failed to do that and then blue Check This Out

IE windows told the driver that data was preload in standby memory and should have marked it as active memory before the graphics driver attempted to use it. (it did not You might be on a QA team, a member of the IT staff, an engineer in a support organization, or a developer with a really nasty issue. I've been testing it most of today with the basic GPU driver just to be safe and tomorrow I'll reinstall my newest GPU driver and test some more. Type ".hh dbgerr004" for details
Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+13702 )

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iv'e added the debugging tool to the firewall, and for some reason i still cant seem find

The upload will be faster and we'll all be happier. So I did a clean install with a Windows 10 disc that I burned. Good point about that being included in those. In safe mode it runs fine and says there is no problem.

Better to remove the device and drivers and services related to the device than trying to figure out what 3rd party service is messing up.I would clear the windows standby memory I'm going to install to the SSD, so maybe I'll just disconnect the HDD like I did before and reconnect once Windows 10 is running? Thanks for all of your help and the useful info. Files larger than that limit will either result in an error message or will simply not upload successfully.

The memory tests got complicated, but I fixed that by increasing the NB voltage and my computer worked for most of today, then started crashing again. Thanks. Good Luck!

Why thanks, this helped me prove my suspicion (that skype is a buggy pos) :P
Skype was the process responsible (which is what I suspected because that's really the only thing Instead these systems suddenly reboot without any notice.


Hi PhenomHTPC,
While I can't give you any insight on why your computer is acting up, i can give you some advice on the dump file.

1. Can't find your answer ? I expect your pc is holding the ssd back.its likely some of the drivers in pack are win 8.1 versions.All these errors might be a hint to upgrade soon. I recently reinstalled Windows per Dell customer support's advice.

What would be the best way to identify and remove the disabled devices? have a peek at this web-site I'll post if I can figure out what finally fixes this. I also realized that I didn't post a link to the minidumps from the BSODs, so I'll include it here and update my original post in case that info could help My HDD had the old hidden windows partition and it was too small, which took me a little while to figure out.

Thanks. his comment is here I think asus put a command in the scheduler to put the driver back in a week after you remove it. Maybe the PSU next, and eventually the GPU. All are newest.

  • most of the brands here should have a case for your needs: (careful of size,they not sorted by size so can reduce numbers by doing that too)anything cheaper is a
  • My rig has some age on it and I'm happy to start upgrading, but I'd really like to know the best place to start.
  • Should I format before I run the Windows 10 disc, or format as part of the reinstall?
  • I don't intend to spend as much next time.

Any advice appreciated.



After looking at this again, the problem is that you actually pasted the 1. Once the installation is complete, click on Close. 4 Step 4: Run WinDbgRun Windbg as administrator. I increased the NB voltage to 1.25 and then all 4 sticks passed memtest together and my computer was working for most of today. Immediate !Analyze -v: OSR's Instant Online Crash Analysis

Maybe you don't need our help for the specific crash you're dealing with now.

Think a VPN could be causing a problem also? johnbl said: overall, I just think it is the antivirus code avguard.exeavgntflt.sysbut you also had a office app (msoia.exe) and windows dwm.exe was having a fault. I bet if you look in settings/updates & security/windows update/advanced options view update history you will find a file marked Asustek computer co.

johnbl said: -you have some system drivers that are missing timestamps.

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Loading Dump File [F:\MEMORY.DMP]
Kernel Summary Dump File: Only kernel address space is available

************* Symbol Path validation summary **************
Response Time (ms) Location
Deferred SRV*C:\Windows\symbol_cache*
Symbol search path is: SRV*C:\Windows\symbol_cache*
Executable search path is: I grabbed bitdefender, but I had used Avast before Avira. Old pc had a 300gb Velociraptor in it, that was fast for its day, it was on its last legs though as it had been losing space. Generated Thu, 26 Jan 2017 01:43:27 GMT by s_wx1077 (squid/3.5.23) {{offlineMessage}} Try Microsoft Edge, a fast and secure browser that's designed for Windows 10 Get started Store Store home Devices Microsoft

johnbl said: overall, I just think it is the antivirus code avguard.exeavgntflt.sysbut you also had a office app (msoia.exe) and windows dwm.exe was having a fault. They haven't caused problems in the past, but it wouldn't surprise me. Ask ! That got buggy due to some Asus software I left on and caused my USB ports to not work.

MadMikentist said: Yes, I ran into that problem when I was trying to upgrade. I use the VPNs quite often so I hope they're not causing the problem, but they will be the next thing I remove if I BSOD again tomorrow. Thanks for all of your help and the useful info. This is a an older rig, does it have latest BIOS and mobo drivers for Win10?

I have done multiple installs of W8.1 with different dongles from my friends, but still the same result. Rebooted and tried to trigger a bugcheck by playing a little hearthstone, which usually leads to a BSOD. Advertisement WhoCrashed [via gHacks]Gear from Kinja DealsYour Top Five Picks For Best Chef's KnifeBestsellers: Vizio 5.1 Channel Sound BarsThis $17 Tea Sampler is A Tea-Lover's DreamReply10 repliesLeave a reply You may Though they didn't provide nearly as much info as you did.

I am not sure because I am running a pre-release build and don't keep up with the changes. Just to make sure I understand, once I've done those things I should run verifier as you suggested and reboot my PC, then just use it as normal until I BSOD I have a few follow up questions so I can execute your instructions. Not sure why antivirus is giving me so much trouble lately.