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Reply to farmerdils Ana ClaraJan 3, 2017, 2:40 PM farmerdils said: . With the windows update, there were no prompts for me, which I found weird also. Here are these reports (note my build GCU is a GeForce GTX 780 - the Radeon GCU was for trblsht, thoguht the GeForce was the issue but as OP states after Several functions may not work. http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-pc.html

Reply to farmerdils Paul NZJan 2, 2017, 2:04 AM That'll be the main cause if thats the file thats crashing Reply to Paul NZ farmerdilsJan 3, 2017, 12:55 AM I'm at One minor niggle though and probably not related... That might have been it. For those you would want to run a free Malwarebytes scanthen start cmd.exe as an admin and runsfc.exe /scannow (this will fix some errors by fixing corrupt files from a local

You would then do a safe mode boot and turn off verifier.exe with the /reset switch.(verifier.exe /reset) then you would have the memory dump to analzye. Yes MB drivers have been done - Should I triple check this? Tried with and without GPU... Can I ask why you will not attach the screenshots following the GTG method and my posted procedure. 0 #14 Panic Drill Posted 23 July 2014 - 03:21 PM Panic Drill

TechSpot is a registered trademark. How do I know if driver verifier finds a bad driver and where do I find the bugcheck? Like I said dont install one. This is strange because I could read it with the previous memory dump.

Have you tested the memory? Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Brand new build: Intel i5-3570K Gigabyte G1.Sniper M3 Z77 G.Skill 16GB (2x8GB) 1600MHz CL9 2x120GB OCZ Vertex 3 RAID-0 (FW 2.25 on both) Nothing overclocked but running Intel XMPP Installed Win7 find more info Any thoughts?

A bad driver will corrupt the data of the driver next to it and that can be different on each boot.you should still be able to boot when running verifier, you I'll let it run again over night just to be sure.Both cmd commands came back clean with no errors. Did you solve? Anything else I can try?

Related Resources solved Random BSOD with brand new build solved Random BSOD on a new build. You may also... Reply to farmerdils johnblJan 5, 2017, 9:25 PM what is this driver skmplneg.sys ??generally, it is not a good sign if I can not find the driver on googlethe minidump memory CPU CORE 0.744 V MEMORY CONTROLLER 2.028 V +3.3V 2.004 V +5V 3.367 V -12V (7.104) V -5V (6.048) V +5V HIGH THRESHOLD 2.843 V CMOS BATTERY 1.548 V 0 #13

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. weblink My build is: ... To test memory use HCI memtest http://hcidesign.com/memtest/ Hi! http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/sftwr-prod/imsm I have a 1TB RAID setup with my SSD separated from that array using Intel's RST.

Also worth noting that I had my hard drive plugged in when I installed my Windows OS, so although my OS is on my SSD, there is a system reserved partition Reply Reply post #8 of 19 11/3/14 at 5:06am MK-Professor Joined: Oct 2014 Posts: 68 Rep: 4 (Unique: 3) Select All Posts By This User Quote: Today I updated the intel chipset drivers and the bios. navigate here Can anyone help?

I had to restore my system to a restore point. boot in BIOS Reputation 10 Posts 67 your memory kit could be designed for X99 platform - maybe put a link with your kit (i could find one). Using the recommended Intel rapid storage utility for all three drives.

Edit: I guess you're going to need my specs.OS: Windows 10 HomeIntel i7 6700kCorsair h75 AIOGigabyte GAZ170MX Gaming 5GeIL Potenza 16GB DDR4-2133MSI GTX Geforce 1070EVGA NEX750W 80+ GoldAny help would be

The system page file is allocated to the SSD, would changing it to the storage volume help? I will check this when I get home Oct 5, 2012 #3 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +234 Do you have the Intel Rapid Storage Technology utility installed? I can't find another memory that's on QVA list in my country to test the system.. I will investigate.Some things I did this morning: I reseated all the RAM, different slots and different sticks.

I'll flash my BIOS into the version I had it to before, however the crashes were happening before I had updated my BIOS. It's G. It baffles me that it will BSOD like clockwork but then run absolutely fine the rest of the day. http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-system.html There was one time when my PC wouldn't boot into BIOS at all.

Note: If you are a registered ASUS Member already, please use your ASUS Member's ID (Email) and password to proceed the login. The only .dmp files I eventually had were due to the BSOD after repalcing GCU and the driver issue stated above - not related to the hangs freezes).