|File information:||111320-7015-01.dmp (Nov 13 2020 - 14:09:59)|
|Probably caused by:||memory_corruption (Process: NGUIdle.exe)|
|Uptime:||0 Day(s), 3 Hour(s), 23 Min(s), and 48 Sec(s)|
Updated manually to F11d.Don't use automatic utilities for BIOS or driver updating...................ever.
These are things you SHOULD absolutely do manually. You find and update BIOS updates manually, and you do the same thing for any motherboard or peripheral related drivers. Using any kind of automatic utility to do these things usually results in somebody having to come HERE for help, at which time we tell them DON'T DO THAT. LOL.
Not going to argue with DB but the updaters made by motherboard makers at least stick within the lines and only update drivers for their devices, unlike Driver Booster that lies about how many outdated drivers you have and then dumps the wrong drivers on boards.
I wouldn't use any tool except those built into bios to update them. Some boards have internet inside bios now so you can get it to look for an update for itself.
technically, just cause its got idle in its name, its not really idle... - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1147690/NGU_IDLE/
as for error... um. stop showing me errors I haven't seen. We checked ram already right?
suggested fixes - update win 10, you on 20H1, I don't know if 20H2 would help
boot into safe mode, if it doesn't happen it could be drivers
run av scan
i feel like aliens wrote this website - https://www.howto-connect.com/fix-bad_object_header-bsod-error-windows-10/
it looks like a memory error. it often happens in association with other errors of a certain type, some of which you have already had.
It uses between 3/5%. I'veused prime95 and other stress tests before. I've run so many stress tests for HOURS and HOURS and not a single BSOD. Lately I've been playing wow and it maxes out my GPU and about 25/30% of the CPU while also doing other tasks. ALSO not a single BSOD.I read somewhere that the IDLE game mentioned uses a lot of CPU resources. Try a CPU test. Maybe Prime95. Darkbreeze mentioned it before and may know more about it than myself.
Your problem is beginning to sound a LOT like this one, and I'm wondering if it isn't simply a known bug or issue related to ALL or many systems using a specific hardware combination. IDK really, but it sure sound similar.
Try disabling ALL of the C-states in the BIOS and see if you still have issues.
Read from this point forward, and then go back and read the full thread if you desire.
|File information:||111520-6968-01.dmp (Nov 15 2020 - 12:24:58)|
|Probably caused by:||memory_corruption (Process: MemCompression)|
|Uptime:||0 Day(s), 0 Hour(s), 42 Min(s), and 04 Sec(s)|
I've already changed the MOBO and Memory. CPU pins are perfect and I've reseated it many times. Thermals are great. I've tried different default bios settings, a bit of overclocking and underclocking. Same issues, always BSOD when relatively low loads (max 10% cpu usage).Well, then my only guesses can be, if you are getting BSOD with XMP enabled, and raising voltage doesn't help, then it has to either be faulty memory, bent pin or two on the CPU, overly tight or unevenly tightened CPU cooler or bad motherboard. Of those, take your pick based on what you already know you've done or eliminated.
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