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Old 03-11-2020, 05:21 PM   #1
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Hello everyone.
I've some random bsod during game session. The bsod appears ONLY during stressfull games.

My configuration:
Gigabyte Z390 AORUS ULTRA
Gigabyte Nvidia RTX2070 Super Aorus
Intel Core i7-9700K
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB

The dump file indicates always an error in ntoskrnl.exe.
After using driver verifier i have bsod immediately after start up with errors in HIDCLASS.SYS and ntorkrnl.exe.

This is a fresh install of Windows 10, with only Steam installed and Nvidia graphic drivers.

Things i have already tried:
-disable ALL overclocking
-update all things via windows update
-update graphic drivers
-change graphic card (before i have a rtx 2070 standard)
-memtest
-formatting and reinstall win10
-sfc /scannow

Any ideas?

Attached 4 dump files, the older one is a bsod during game, the others are bsod after activate driver verifier.

Thank you.
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Old 03-12-2020, 04:40 AM   #2
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Do you have Logitech G HUB? If yes, update it or uninstall it
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Yes, i have.
It's already updated to the latest version.

It's G HUB that creates problems?
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According to crash dumps, this is how it happened after turning on Driver Verifier. Alternatively, you can simply turn it off in the autostart maybe the drivers for this program will not load and the problem will not be there?
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After unistall G Hub, no more bsod at startup (with Driver Verifier).

But...i continue to leave Driver Verifier on and now when i turn on the xbox wireless controller, bsod again.

It seems a usb related error, but how i solve it?

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Old 03-12-2020, 04:54 PM   #6
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Another bsod.
I have installed App Center (in an attempt to update the motherboard drivers), and immediately after the pc crashed.

Always with driver verifier running.
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Disable Driver Verifier in safe mode, trigger blue screen when you playing games and send new crash dumps
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No more blue screens in these days, but a large number of "simple" crashes in all demanding games.

Are the details of the errors in the event viewer usefull to understand the problem or i have to wait a bsod?
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Old 03-19-2020, 01:44 PM   #9
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Finally!
A bsod during game.
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Have you tried starting your computer with only one RAM chip? Have you tried putting these dice in other slots? Finally, have you tried replacing the RAM bones with another?
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Have you tried starting your computer with only one RAM chip? Have you tried putting these dice in other slots? Finally, have you tried replacing the RAM bones with another?
First of all, thank you for all the suggestions you are trying to give me.

I have tried to test every single stick of ram individually with memtest86 (4 passes) in every slot. No error found...

The bsod indicates a ram problem?
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"Hardware_ram" was mentioned as the likely cause, which looks like a hardware problem with RAM, hence these suggestions
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Another bsod...first time ever happening not during a game session.
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Update BIOS - Google
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After bios update, some days without bsod. Then today another one during game.
It's frustrating...
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Update Intel LAN driver - https://downloadcenter.intel.com/dow...?product=82186
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