[SOLVED] BSOD while gaming

Sep 9, 2020
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I was playing csgo when suddenly a BSOD happened. It said "SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION".
Specs: ryzen 2600x (auto oc)
Gigabyte 1660s gaming oc
Aorus b450 elite
2x8 g.skill ripjawsV @3200
 
Sep 9, 2020
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Ok so i think i fixed it. Didnt have a BSOD for 3 days. I simply undecrclocked ram to 2933 mhz (xmp wet it to 3200 mhz though mobo supports 2933mhz max)
 

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You could reinstall the drivers with DriverBooster or something like that.
Unfortunately this is a much worse option than Windows Updates. Windows will install the (generally) latest stable drivers. DriverBooster and any other driver updater apps have a notorious habit of installing incorrect or inappropriate drivers. Fortunately I believe DB gives you an option to backup before hand.

@rainb0b if you can post the dump files here.
 
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I have run the dump file(s) and you can see the full report(s) in the link below.
If you are prompted to Run only if trusted simply click play/run and the html will be viewed. This warning is always present.

Report1: https://jsfiddle.net/oLqw06su/show
Report2: https://jsfiddle.net/bacsh6r8/show

Summary of findings:
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION
"This is typically driver based and therefore you should reference the third party modules loaded to check which ones may be misbehaving. If any are out of date, try updating or disabling them.

Look at the STACK TEXT for clues on what was running when the failure occurred. If multiple dump files are available, compare information to look for common code that is in the stack"
I will not be able to comment on this one for the moment, but it may help someone else visiting the thread.
 

Colif

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Windows doesn't install latest stable updated drivers, it just installs whats been given to it for checking. Driver booster... hate to think how they confirm drivers. Better to not install anything than to trust it

1st crash happened when audiodg.exe was running (Its victim but a clue). Its the audio device graph isolation tool and is associated with sound drivers mostly

your realtek sound drivers are from 2018. I would look into getting newer ones. perhaps from https://www.tenforums.com/sound-audio/135259-latest-realtek-hd-audio-driver-version-2-a.html since gigabyte haven't updated their website for motherboard in a year.

2nd bsod could be lan drivers, you are running some from 2019, newest on Realtek site are this year - https://www.realtek.com/en/component/zoo/category/network-interface-controllers-10-100-1000m-gigabit-ethernet-pci-express-software
 
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Sep 9, 2020
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Ok so i think i fixed it. Didnt have a BSOD for 3 days. I simply undecrclocked ram to 2933 mhz (xmp wet it to 3200 mhz though mobo supports 2933mhz max)
 

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