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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    attached is the only dump i did not already send, plus the one i think you got that was corrupted. Rufus will not burn that image.
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    Ok, using Prime 95 early morning my heat still went straight up to the 90's even though abient temps were a good 10 degrees lower, yet still 30 degrees in the morning :) BUT and i stress this during gaming, for many hours i never see a heat issue of above 76 degrees which considering the air temps of summer is not an unrealistic expectation. So what would you advise me to do in this situation, obviously it is running way to hot under stress, but acceptable given conditions in normal hard gaming use (The game i judge it on is ARK which does demmand a fair amount form all parts). GPU testing stayed at a steady 79 - 80 degrees for 10 mins, not a long test but was similar to what i had last time i tested for a bit longer. Again a little hot but given air temps not unexpected. Still trying to source a usb version of hdd tester. Mem test i will do again when i have free time from using comp.
    Many thanks mike.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    Have another new one as of 20 mins ago, not sure if they are of any use to you just hoping something can help narrow any hardware down a bit. Cant run the stress test at present due to really hot weather and no AC here.
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    next one although it seems no more are needed? But just incase, been a week since last one.
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    and another, both the last 2 were while gaming. I have a new UPS coming tomorrow i hope so i can start checking with clean power as a sure thing.
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    The new dumps show (I tried to show only relevant things...):
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    You could try to run driver verifier; please read CAREFULLY the following instructions:

    • Only for windows 8, 8.1, 10 users (Win7 users, WinVista users, XP users, shouldn't have this problem):
      1. change the bcdedit {bootmgr} displaybootmenu setting from No to Yes
      2. change the bcdedit {bootmgr} timeout setting to 30 seconds
      3. change the bcdedit bootmenupolicy setting from standard to legacy
      4. restart your PC and see if the boot menu appears and if it allows you to select windows advanced boot options (SAFE MODE included!).

      See the hidden instructions if you don't know how to do it.
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    • Create a restore point
    • Create a system image
    • Read the guide about Driver Verifier - BSOD related - Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 & Vista (click).
    • Read some other tutorials/guides and WARNINGS on internet.
    • Enable verifier
      You can use either the standard method, or the EXPERIMENTAL instructions at the end of this post.
      No need to use them both.
      By the way, in the experimental instructions I modified some verifier settings: I've added the parameter /bootmode resetonbootfail.
      This should reset driver verifier if it should cause the pc to go in BSOD loop state (see next point).
      This option is incompatible with windows 7 and windows vista (it should be skipped by them).
    • If you'll get a very fast BSOD after you logged into windows, you'll need to go to safe mode to reset verifier settings.
      From an elevated command prompt:
      Code:
      verifier /reset
    • Post here the new verifier dump




    CAUTION

     
    • I created the following method to speed up things a bit, to enable verifier settings like written in Jcgriff's verifier thread, using only third party drivers (hence excluding microsoft drivers).
      This was tested only on Windows 10 home x64 (and partially on windows 7)



    1. download nirsoft driverview and decompress its folder (leaving its default name) on your desktop, i.e. on the desktop there should be the driverview folder (with its files in it):

    2. open notepad, copy the following text and save the file on your desktop as EnableVerifier.ps1:
      Note:
      Code for 64bit windows versions (you need this one if you are using a 64bit version of windows)

      Read More:


      Note:
      Code for 32bit windows versions (you need this one if you are using a 32bit - x86 - version of windows)

      Read More:
    3. From an elevated command prompt, run:
      powershell -executionpolicy unrestricted "%userprofile%\desktop\EnableVerifier.ps1"
    4. It should appear something like:
      Read More:
    5. Reboot your machine and wait the verifier dump (i.e., verifier should force a new BSOD, identifying the problem).
    Last edited by xilolee; 04-24-2017 at 12:01 PM.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSOD over a long time now

    Update to help anyone in a situation like this. After all the feedback, help ideas and suggestions for which i am eternally grateful for your time and expertise, i found a simple fix that has to date (4 months now) been working out for me. If i have a hardware issue or not i am still unsure but after doing 2 things i managed to stop all BSOD happening. 1st i got myself a UPS this was to rule out any dirty power that may have been having an effect, and 2ndly i removed the side panel from my comp case and run a house fan along side blowing air past the interior. Given that both my GPU and CPU temps were montered a lot during the period i was having issues and although hot they never showed danger, bsod, type temps. My conclusions from my use of the system lead me to belive that due to heat build up inside the case something was overheating that i could not monitor. So it was either dirty power or/and heat building up in case to a bsod on mb/ram something not CPU or GPU temperature. This may not be the most profesional of solutions in terms of running an external fan but living in ambient temps of a tropical 35 degrees as cool it is and has been my best solution to date. I hope all the info that went before this, and my little bit of clarrification on present situation can help someone else from having to go through the ...buying lots of expensive parts to teat with scenario.. Thanks again to those who gave their time :)

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