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Windows 10 keeps BSOD

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by MladenTaz, Oct 12, 2018.

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  1. MladenTaz

    MladenTaz Thread Starter

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    Greetings people,

    For a while my PC keeps getting usually memory management BSOD after i close some more advanced game, like Far Cry 5, but not windows 10 store games like Asphalt 9. I sent PC to service, and wasn't hardware problem, was software, and they somehow fix it. But then after 10 days windows update came and i was getting back to same ol' problem. I gather some drivers are not working as they should. But i don't know how to fix it alone.
    My PC specs are:

    Motherboard AM4 A320M, PCIe/DDR4/SATA3/GLAN/7.1/USB 3.1
    ProcesssorAMD Ryzen 5 1400, 14nm 4-fizička/8-logička jezgra, 8MB L3 keš, potrošnja 65W
    3.2GHz (Turbo frequency 3.4GHz)
    Ram memory 8GB DDR4
    HD 1TB SATA3
    7200rpm
    Graphic Card AMD Radeon RX560, 2GB/GDDR5/128bit
    DVD+/-RW SATA/black, DVD Multi Writer
    7.1 System sound card on motherboard
    PSUATX 450W
    I'm using 2.1 speakers, don't need anything better. Also my Monitor has speakers built in.

    I tried reinstalling and installing fresh graphic drivers, but didn't help at all. Current are 18.10.1 latest optional drivers. Thank you in advance for you help.
     
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  3. dmccoy

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    If you still need help then provide your minidump file/s for analysis as follows:

    Click on Start menu
    Type in command to start searching
    Right click on Command Prompt in list and select Run as Administrator
    Copy and Paste the following command into the command console
    This will create a new Minidumps folder on your Desktop and copy any of your minidump files into it.
    Compress the Minidump folder to .zip file and upload to your reply

    Code:
    MD "%userprofile%\desktop\Minidumps"&
    If Exist "%SystemRoot%\minidump\*.dmp" copy %SystemRoot%\minidump\*.dmp "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\Minidumps"
     
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