BSOD every couple of hours or so

drummerdimitri

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I've been having this issue recently with no change in hardware/software all of a sudden.

Tried a fresh windows install with all the correct drivers and it still gives me the exact same issue.

Did a CPU and GPU stress test to check for overheating and they are running below 60 C.

Did a voltage test of the 3.3V, 5V and 12V rails and they seems to be ok.

I also ran memtest86 all night with 0 issues.

What could be the issue here? I'm getting very frustrated as this is a gaming pc and it keeps crashing while playing games.

 

ARAN_108

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Hi, the driver fail code says that

rtwlanu.sys has failed, which might be the Realtek wireless Lan driver.

I can see that your motherboard does not have a inbuilt WLAN card.

solution:

*Remove and reinstall the WLAN card.
->see if problem is solved. if not
--> Boot into safe mode and uninstall the WLAN driver and check.
 


Full specs please.
 

drummerdimitri

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Core i3 7100
8 GB DDR4 RAM
240 GB SSD
Asrock H110-HDV v3.0
GTX 1050 Ti
Enermax Liberty 500W



 

drummerdimitri

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I3 7100
Asrock H110 HDV
8 GB DDR4 RAM
240 GB SSD
Enermax Liberty 500 W
GTX 1050 Ti

 


I would look into that psu. It has been tested and found to be cheaping out on quite a few fronts and non of it's protections work. Getting a high quality psu never hurt and a psu having a ripple causing software instabilities is not unheard of.
 

ARAN_108

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Hi, the driver fail code says that

rtwlanu.sys has failed, which might be the Realtek wireless Lan driver.

I can see that your motherboard does not have a inbuilt WLAN card.

solution:

*Remove and reinstall the WLAN card.
->see if problem is solved. if not
--> Boot into safe mode and uninstall the WLAN driver and check.
 

ARAN_108

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Great.

Try to clean the WLAN card and reinsert it.
Do a fresh install of drivers after removing the old ones.

That should fix you WLAN adapter too, in case if it wasn't faulty.
 

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