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Random BSOD!.

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#1
OK. Just happened.

I wanted to restart my system. Had to install the new version of IDM so just felt like restarting and doing the uninstall-install. Don't ask why. Blame OCD. Plus PC was on for many days.

So, I did:

1: Check avast for new definitions. Non were available. Fully updated.

2: Used Windows update. Non available. Fully updated.

3: Used Intel SSD Toolbox. Ran SSD optimizer.

Restarted my PC and a flash of blue screen. PC restarted and I entered Safe Mode to check WTH happened.

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000050 (0xfffff80005350100, 0x0000000000000008, 0xfffff80005350100, 0x0000000000000002). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini062713-01.dmp.
Dump was created and I cleaned it. Uninstalled Nvidia driver. Using WHQL, BTW. I uninstall Nvidia drivers because (OCD) there is a huge chance of them going corrupt in the case of an unsafe shutdown. Experience. So I do a clean install if any unsafe shutdown occurs. Like this.

Plus, scheduled disk check on both disks (C: SSD, D: HDD), which I always do in case of unsafe shutdown. OCD of course.

Disk check ran, and before Windows could log on, BSOD!.

Restarted and this time I entered 'Safe Mode with Networking' door, so I could at least get some help here.


Please begin.



What have I done until now?. All under Safe Mode with Networking:

1: Ran 'Quick Diagnostic Scan' in Intel SSD Toolbox. Everything completed successfully. Disk health and ERL 100% too.

2: Uninstalled IDM.

3: Ran 'Full Diagnostic Scan' in Intel SSD Toolbox. Everything 100% OK.

4: Turned Auto Restart off in 'Startup and Recovery' options to see the BSOD.

5: Increased page file from 2000mB initial, 2048mB Max to Recommended 12258mB Initial and Max.
 
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#3
If you upload your .dmp file I can take a look at it with WinDbg.
 

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#4
i dont know why people use IDM, most browsers (read opera and chrome) are come with built in download managers.

now, arent you supposed to put the page file... not in the SSD?
 
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#5
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No I am not.

@punisher186

Thanks man. Solved though.
 
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#6
1. Go into BIOS
2. Go to OC TWEAKER
3. Go down to Multiplier/Voltage and change Auto to Manual
4. Change processor frequency to [x10.0 2000 Mhz]
5. Change processor voltage to [1.2750 V]
6. Press F10 to save and exit