Dang, thought we were out of the woods. Had a crash for the first time in what would have been two weeks on tuesday. Whea uncorrectable error bsod. I didn't get a response to the last message I posted to you, but I changed the minidump info on it as you asked but was unable to locate the exact directory you listed for the minidump (not sure ifthat matters). The directory was c\windows\minidump I dont see one for c\windows\memory.dmp file. Here is the link to the minidump:if you are still having issues:
1) disconnect all un needed usb devices, then go into windows control panel device manager, find the menu item to show hidden devices. then look at the list and remove the software for any greyed out device.
now at the next bugcheck provide the kernel memory dump
- set your system to run in high performance mode
- set your memory dump type to kernel memory dump
- go into virtual memory setting and turn off the virtual memory
- boot into bios and update or reset the bios to defaults or just change any setting and change it back and save.
- boot and turn and turn virtual memory back on to create a new pagefile.sys
I looked at two memory dumps. one was a watchdog issue on cpu core 9
I could see the stacks but could not read the proper info since it was a minidump. The timeout value was typical of a USB device.
(so remove hidden usb device driver in control panel, kernel dumps can read usb states and read the devices logs on the other cpu cores)
the second bugcheck was an invalid page file entry, so you delete the pagefile.sys to try and make another one since you do not know when it was corrupted.
putting your computer in high performance mode turns off sleep states that can cause corruption of pagefile.sys and can stop various USB devices from hitting sleep related bugs. Just to reduce the potential list of causes of various problems.
see if the system runs better and if you can still get any bugchecks.
the very first bug check description was a double fault. That means you had a fault and then the fault handler faulted. Normally that only happens with a overheated CPU or electrical issues.
best to update to the current drivers and motherboard drivers since it will be the most common fix for any problem we might find other than broken hardware.
be sure to check for a updated motherboard sound driver
rtkvhd64.sys aug 28 2018 is installed
https://www.dropbox.com/s/hjsqfp46x4kocfo/Minidump 6-18-2022 546pm.zip?dl=0
I had a gpu update from a couple days ago I just did, and there is a windows update but it won't go through (tried it a few times). Not sure if that matters at all just figured I'd lay all details out. It gives me this error:
"Some update files are missing or have problems. We'll try to download the update again later. Error code: (0x80073712)"