Getting BSOD on Windows 10 very often

So I am getting the dreaded BSOD on my quite new computer all the time. It can be when trying to import 360 videos, when exiting a newer game or using an office program (word, excel etc).

I have done tests on my RAM, which found no errors. I have also run the sfc check which also didn't find any errors. I have had a look at the minidump file but that didn't really help me at all (maybe I just can't get my head around all the info in it). I have updated all drivers and Windows is also updated.

My hardware is:

MSI B350M Pro Gaming MoBo

AMD Ryzen 5 1500X CPU

Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU

8 GB RAM, DDR4 2666.

If anyone would have a look at the Windows dump file it's here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ak_sOAI4s8ook6AKDpDLEB5D-rfTfQ

Any help will be greatly appreciated since I really seem to just be banging my head against a wall at this point and on the brink of just throwing the whole thing out the window and digging out my Mac again.

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I did try both the Win diagnostic as well as memtest86 and neither reported any errors :-S

But, knock on wood, asides from one media program resulting in a BSOD when importing and converting some files, I haven't had any other BSOD since I did the DDU job. And justy to be sure, I tried it again earlier today, with internet disconnected so Windows didn't get to connect and download drivers on it's own before I installed the latest ones from Nvidia. So I'll see over the next few days how things go...

- Niclas

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Keep us updated. Honestly, there is no way except than this to prevent a driver update, that too temporarily:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/307393...
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Well, knock on wood, the computer hasn't had a single BSOD since i did the thing with the graphics driver so looks like that did the job (and the one app which always crashed it, hasn't been used since).

I've been letting Firefox run rampant, played games and other things that used to cause a BSOD, and it just has kept going.

Thanks a lot for your time, patience and effort!

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Since my last post two further developments have taken place:

When in the UEFI/BIOS I noticed the voltage settings for my DRAM were lower than what was stated as the default voltage on the DRAM. Changed this back to the default.

Hours later I was notified of a BIOS update, which fixed a stability issue with RAM.

System has been rock solid since, as has my graphics card. :-)

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Last updated November 8, 2018 Views 146 Applies to: