[SOLVED] page fault in non paged

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At this point I don't know what I haven't tried. I still keep getting BSODs from ntoskrnl.exe
I've replaced my RAM twice now, brand new.
I've re installed windows multiple times now
I've ran mem test on every slot, single stick and both and it doesn't give me any errors
I only get BSODs when I play any game I have

I don't know what else it can be.

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I've had this issue before but it seemed to just stop on it's own and I haven't has any issues for at least a month now. But since yesterday it's been constant BSOD after another.

Here's all the BSODs I've gotten today. I've had 5 now
https://we.tl/t-HOU6hInfqM

EDIT: got another one while playing a game
https://we.tl/t-lfc6DGbHgT
I've run the latest dumps through another app.

I'd be tempted to see if you have an updated driver for vbaudio_cable64_win7: https://www.sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=vbaudio_cable64_win7.sys

Have you also updated the other drivers i stated?
I've seen Vangaurd anti cheat cause a few issues lately too, so might need to disable that to see.

I would also run memtest on each RAM module as per this guide: https://www.sysnative.com/forums/threads/test-ram-with-passmark-memtest86.24300/
realise you already have.
 
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I have a Seasonic S12III 550W 80+ Bronze (thought I had 750w but nope)
The RAM is from the same package. It was just opened
I have the latest BIOS according to the manufacturer
I'm manually updating the drivers from each of their own websites
I used a USB UEFI install of Windows 10 Home and it's activated

Here is the link for the dmp
https://we.tl/t-8l9IsU5KE4
 

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I used a USB UEFI install of Windows 10 Home and it's activated
From here ? : https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10

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.

Report: https://jsfiddle.net/40sjbkng/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 If any are out of date, try updating or disabling them.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
Some things to consider:
 
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The BSODs only happen when I'm playing any game. It'll run perfectly fine for however long and then it will either crashes, freezes or BSODs.
I don't have XMP on and I haven't manually done any overclocking to it either. Today alone I've gotten 4 BSODs
And yes I used Microsofts media creation tool to install windows.
 

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The BSODs only happen when I'm playing any game. It'll run perfectly fine for however long and then it will either crashes, freezes or BSODs.
I don't have XMP on and I haven't manually done any overclocking to it either. Today alone I've gotten 4 BSODs
And yes I used Microsofts media creation tool to install windows.
How long has the BSOD been occurring? Since you got the system or they suddenly started at one point?

Whenever you get dump files, just drop them here as each one could yield more info.
 
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I've had this issue before but it seemed to just stop on it's own and I haven't has any issues for at least a month now. But since yesterday it's been constant BSOD after another.

Here's all the BSODs I've gotten today. I've had 5 now
https://we.tl/t-HOU6hInfqM

EDIT: got another one while playing a game
https://we.tl/t-lfc6DGbHgT
I've run the latest dumps through another app.

I'd be tempted to see if you have an updated driver for vbaudio_cable64_win7: https://www.sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=vbaudio_cable64_win7.sys

Have you also updated the other drivers i stated?
I've seen Vangaurd anti cheat cause a few issues lately too, so might need to disable that to see.

I would also run memtest on each RAM module as per this guide: https://www.sysnative.com/forums/threads/test-ram-with-passmark-memtest86.24300/
realise you already have.
 
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At this point I don't know what I haven't tried. I still keep getting BSODs from ntoskrnl.exe
I've replaced my RAM twice now, brand new.
I've re installed windows multiple times now
I've ran mem test on every slot, single stick and both and it doesn't give me any errors
I only get BSODs when I play any game I have

I don't know what else it can be.

Ryzen 5 2600
GTX 1660
750w power supply
AsRock b450 steel legend
2x8gb corsair lpx DDR4
99% of these errors are caused by buggy drivers, most common being video & network (including wireless). RAM is an unlikely cause.
 
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Some times it is not just one issue that causes the fault ,, it could be more than one . along with everything else ,, do a delete all temp files , disk clean up, disk de frag , then sfc /scannow , ( widows update service on ) (windows mod . sevice on ) then the dskchk disk check , If you have amd fuel service try turn it off , but only amd fuel . anti virus scan ,, try lower ram frequency if you can set them in bios , find out max temp of cpu ,, and then check cpu temp in bios , I have had lots of blue screens , and for all the reasons including many page faults ,, turns out that i have a damaged cpu from overheating ,, write down everything in your bios before you set it to default ,, if you end up doing that in any process . make sure that your heat sink and fan is clean . , I also had contamination ,, malware , . Im now running my comp as cool as possible , still running the heat damaged cpu ,, have not put the new one in yet ,, but when I run as cool as possible ,, it works with no blue screens at all . I also many times ,, deleted , and cleaned all amd and reloaded , drivers from amd webstes , I also reinstalled the original amd chip set drivers for my ASUS mother board from the disk that came with my comp.
 
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I'm 99% percent sure it was the vbaudio_cable64. It's VoiceMeeter Banana that I use for my default sound. I turned it off and so far I haven't had any errors, crashes, freezes or BSODs.
Thank you guys for the help!
 
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