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Blue Screen of Death: Critical_Structure_Corruption

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dotson56, Oct 2, 2019.

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  1. dotson56

    dotson56 Thread Starter

    Oct 2, 2019
    Computer Specs:
    CyberPowerPC Tracer II 15
    CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz Turbo 3.8GHz 6MB Cache Processor
    HDD: 240GB WD Green Series SATA-III 6 Gb/s SSD
    MEMORY: 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4/2133MHz SODIMM Memory
    MOTHERBOARD: Intel® HM175 Express Chipset
    VIDEO: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5

    I am having some major problems out of the laptop (Tracer II) I bought from Cyberpowerpc.com. At random times it freezes and gives me the Blue screen error: Critical_Structure_Corruption.
    Steps I have taken in fixing this issue:
    - I have ran sfc scannow. All Clear
    - I have ran DISM. All Clear
    - I have ran Windows Memory Diagnostic on each individual sticks of 8GB Kingston RAM. I removed one and ran the test, and then switched and repeated. No Hardware/Memory issues detected.
    - I have ran Mem86 from a bootable USB, and still no issues with the RAM appeared.
    It is always the same source, ntoskrnl.exe. I have attached a screenshot of the .dmp file. Capture.PNG
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2019
  2. Shazzalive


    Sep 26, 2019
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    The following articles may well prove useful: -

    "The "CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION" BSOD error can have a number of causes such as corrupted or incompatible drivers, problems with Random Access Memory (RAM) or Hard Disk Drive (HDD), third-party software issues, and problems relating to hardware or viruses."


    "The ntoskrnl.exe BSOD is usually related to memory, possibly caused by a faulty driver."

    Last edited: Oct 2, 2019
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