|File information:||111820-9000-01.dmp (Nov 17 2020 - 17:30:32)|
|Driver warnings:||*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for amdkmdag.sys|
|Probably caused by:||memory_corruption (Process: System)|
|Uptime:||0 Day(s), 0 Hour(s), 01 Min(s), and 10 Sec(s)|
|Sep 10 2020||amdkmdag.sys||AMD Graphics driver|
|File information:||112420-8500-01.dmp (Nov 23 2020 - 11:13:20)|
|Probably caused by:||memory_corruption (Process: explorer.exe)|
|Uptime:||0 Day(s), 0 Hour(s), 01 Min(s), and 27 Sec(s)|
I've done this before but, I'm not sure if it always performs a clean boot. (Like I'm not sure if the instructions I followed make it boot like that all the time.)a Clean Boot could help determine what's causing them.
Try running memtest86 on each of your ram sticks, one stick at a time, up to 4 passes. Only error count you want is 0, any higher could be cause of the BSOD. Remove/replace ram sticks with errors. Memtest is created as a bootable USB so that you don’t need windows to run itI can be 95% sure it's the RAM because the wifi adapter has been completely uninstalled.
I believe I already have tried that in the past but I can try again. When I did it before I didn't do 1 stick at a time.
You are correct the RAM stick is not on the QVL for the motherboard but, according to the RAM manufacturer; G.Skill, the RAM is fully compatible.i don't see your ram on this listing - https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/PRIME_B350-PLUS/PRIME-B350-PLUS_Memory_QVL_180126.pdf very little 3200 was tested and none at latency of cl14 so I think your ram not suited to PC.
I have confimed this morning that the problem is nothing to do with leaving the computer powered on at the wall.One speculation about the causes is leaving the computer OFF but powered on at the wall. It's only a suspicion but the last BSOD I had the computer was left on at the wall overnight, some of the standby lights on the computer were still on.
OK I done that and I got 0 errors.
Is there a way I can set it to always start my computer with clean boot?The Tech Specialist is basically asking you to do a clean boot.
You could run memtest to see if it gives any obvious errors within a few passes, G.skill are pretty lenient thankfully, and generally rma regardless if memtest is done or not. I do like their lifetime warranty for all ram purchased, its decent.I'll give some more information about the issue:
I upgraded my computer recently with new RAM and a WIFI adapter.
Previously to that, I cannot recall my computer crashing - ever.
After that upgrade, I'm getting crashes every day; all BSOD.
But only about 1/20 of the crashes is producing a dump file for some reason. The types of crashes are very fast, I see the blue screen for about a half a second and then the computer shuts down and doesn't produce a dump file.
I can be 95% sure it's the RAM because the wifi adapter has been completely uninstalled.
I have run memtest, it was suggested by Colif and came up with 0 errors.You could run memtest to see if it gives any obvious errors within a few passes, G.skill are pretty lenient thankfully, and generally rma regardless if memtest is done or not. I do like their lifetime warranty for all ram purchased, its decent.
Oh sorry I guess I missed that reply earlier in the thread. (got digital vibrance turned up so i missed the second page, apologies.) Yeah during my gskill RMA, I ordered additional sticks to cover the RMA period and just ended up with a ram capacity upgrade in the end. FYI you can use msconfig.exe to configure a clean boot at startup if you desired. Good luck. Diagnostic startup will disable most 3rd party services altogether, but you can use services/startup tab manually to disable non-microsoft ones and slowly re-enable them 1 by 1 over time if you desired to do that yourself the long way.I have run memtest, it was suggested by Colif and came up with 0 errors.
I might RMA anyway yes but there's a downside I wont be able to use my PC in the meantime. Might not be worth it because of the downside.
They are, although the voltage is increased because the RAM is overclocked. The package voltage is 1.2V but with auto-overclock (D.O.C.P.) the BIOS sets it at 1.35V.You could also do a quick check on your bios to make sure the ram timing is set to what the specs are on the package
I did and CrystalDiskInfo reports both of my drives (SSD & HDD) as being good.check the drive for errors with CrystalDiskInfo
Well, I'm not too sure how to do that and besides, it hasn't seemed to negatively affect anything.If the clean boots are not helping, go ahead and change everything back to how it was in msconfig
I would have contacted motherboard maker and asked them. Have you rma ram yet?You are correct the RAM stick is not on the QVL for the motherboard but, according to the RAM manufacturer; G.Skill, the RAM is fully compatible.
It's an interesting dilemma about what to think in this case when you have 2 different authorities saying different things.
- In Windows 10, in the search box on the taskbar, type msconfig. (In Windows 8 or 8.1, swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then select Search. Or, if you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, and then select Search. Type msconfig.)
- Select msconfig or System Configuration from the search results.
- On the General tab, select Normal Startup.
- Select Services, clear the check box beside Hide all Microsoft services, and then select Enable all.
- Select Startup, and then select Open Task Manager.
- In Task Manager, enable all of your startup programs, and then select OK.
- When you're prompted to restart the computer, select Restart.
OK I will contact Asus and ask them about it. I suspect they will just point me in the direction of their own QVL and tell me nothing is guaranteed by them except that.I would have contacted motherboard maker and asked them. Have you rma ram yet?
This was ASUS's response, just as I expected:I would have contacted motherboard maker and asked them. Have you rma ram yet?
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