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SCSIPORT.SYS BSOD after 5-10 minutes of use. Dump files attached

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Dustin Callahan

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I've attached screenshots of my computers specs along with dump files to help diagnose the problem. I've been having an annoying BSOD come up the last few days after 10 minutes or so of use in normal mode. I feel like it happened after a windows update, but can't be certain. I also installed drivers for a realtek alfa network adapter which are shown to be up to date.

The blue screen has stop code 0X0000008E and references SCSIPORT.SYS. Any help would be greatly appreciated in diagnosing this problem.

thank you!


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  • mainboard.JPG
  • memory.JPG
  • SPD Slot 1.JPG
  • SPD Slot 2.JPG

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