Question Frequent BSODS in games and in idle

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bargman

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So have you made a new one since you’ve started having the issues?
I am not sure if i understood your question correctly.

I started to having those issues with my PC after i replaced HDD. After doing some changes in BIOS i have decided to reinstall system, and at that point i have created new creation tool. It was about 2 or 3 weeks ago. So far i have reinstalled W10 only once with it.
 
I am not sure if i understood your question correctly.

I started to having those issues with my PC after i replaced HDD. After doing some changes in BIOS i have decided to reinstall system, and at that point i have created new creation tool. It was about 2 or 3 weeks ago. So far i have reinstalled W10 only once with it.
Ah I see. Just windows can be funny all by itself I’ve had to reinstall windows due to it pretty much bricking itself with updates.
 

Colif

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So, what does it mean? Every bsod is caused by somethung different?
I didn't do a good job explaining that, did I. Sorry about that.
A lot of the time I read this screen (see below) there will be lines above or below the ones that say Bluescreen, but in yours there is no indication of anything else happening around the errors. just other Bluescreen reports. So its not telling me anything useful.

I wonder why it needs to be in RAID to boot. it shouldn't matter if you using nvme.
is there a raid array showing in Intel rapid Storage Technology?

trying to think of whats next. The BSOD are not pointing at drivers, but more windows. Windows Error Reporting is not giving any clues. Obviously give us any new dumps.
 

bargman

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I wonder why it needs to be in RAID to boot. it shouldn't matter if you using nvme.
is there a raid array showing in Intel rapid Storage Technology?
There is no raid array anywhere. In BIOS under "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" only SATA disks are listed. No nvme ADATA and Optane drive.

Either in Windows in application called "Intel Optane memory and Storage management", or in Device manager - in there all disks are visible as separate ones, even unformatted optane drive. When Optane was enabled and linked with HDD, it showed as something like: "Optane+HDD" or so, (two devices as one).

Also,
I thought that this reports will adjust to system version on what they are opened on. For me it was normal that it was opening in my native language Sorry.
 
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bargman

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still going okay?
So far, suprisingly yes.

I have played some games, more and less demanding on PC and only crash i saw was game crashing by itself - WD Legion after some game update.

I will keep testing it, as before pc behaved similairly: one weekednd runs well, no crashes, and the next one constant bsods. During the workdays i did not have enough time and energy to play, only weekends.

Well, so far it seems that RAID option was causing those erros. Editing that registry entry and disabling RAID problably helps. But still - probably.

And i think, i will dump this whole optane thing. Instead of that small drive i will put there some proper nvme drive.
 

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