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Playing any games result in varying blue screens (Resolved).


Best Answer MarcianoG , 15 August 2016 - 03:26 AM

Hello again, I have finally found it. I asked a repair company to come and help me, they saw what was the problem and they gave me a different RAM stick.Upon which my computer has been blue an... Go to the full post »


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How would I be able to run this overnight? As it takes about 30 minutes to pass. Is there a loop that can be activated so it will run 5 or more times without having to restart?

Also everything has now run at least once alone in every slot. Stick 1 has failed 1/2 times on slot 2 rest has passed every time
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Memtest should run until you stop it.


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That is correct. I just stopped them as soon as I saw they passed the test. But I will probably let one run. Should I do it with the stick and slot that gave the error? To start with ofcourse.
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Yes, that would make sense  :thumbsup:


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Up until this point I have done each slot twice for both sticks and only the very first error occurred. I am going away for the weekend and a couple of days so I can't do anything unfortunately but when I return it will be top priority again!

Edited by MarcianoG, 02 July 2016 - 10:46 AM.

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No worries and thanks for letting us know  :thumbsup:


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I got back a couple of days ago and have been running ram test basically every chance I got. However I have not been able to recreate the very first error I got.

 

I have also just played games and it hasn't crashed with any game since.

 

Now just today it did crash but this was the first time without a game, a System service time exception.

I was looking in chrome because yesterday my usb keyboard and mouse just stopped working. I had just denied windows the ability to shut down the usb ports and then it crashed.

For some reason there is no new dmp file in Minidump.

 

I have no idea what is going on anymore...

 

Edit:

I have checked the log and it gives 4 errors that originate from DistributedCOM

and there general message is: That an authority is not granted to activate some sort of COM-server

and something something cortana. Sorry it is all in Dutch and I have no clue what all of it means


Edited by MarcianoG, 10 July 2016 - 06:10 AM.

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Download then run the Windows All in One Repair (free)  from here, disregard the malware guidance but follow the other steps to the letter and in particular ensuring that you first create a new restore point and perform a proper Windows clean boot before running the repair, details for the clean boot here.


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I didn't quite have the time to do what you said in the previous post but I am going to do it now. 

I also want to add some dmp files as these crashes where without games and I am not proficient enough to interpret them myself.

 

Edit:

I just finished the Windows All in One Repair. I followed all the steps closely and did everything that was asked. (did the repair twice as it was recommended)

I will now hopefully go without errors.

One thing that bothers me is that I still haven't figured out what it is

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Edited by MarcianoG, 13 July 2016 - 07:15 AM.

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Latest crashes point toward RocketLeague.e and CCleaner64.exe twice.

 

See how the computer behaves after running the AIO tool and then get back to us please.


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Thanks for the help.

So far nothing has happened yet. I will come back as soon as another crash happens. Or if the problem does not occur for a long amount of time.


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You are welcome  :)

 

Hopefully you will only need to post back with positive news  :thumbsup:


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phillpower2 before I continue I want to give you my eternal gratitude for the help you have given me. You are a very helpful, patient and nice person. Thank you very much.
 
So far nothing strange has happened. After I rebooted after the AIO repair it did immediately find updates for windows. Only 'anomaly' or coincidence I have gotten.

Edit:
Welp that didn't last long USB keyboard and mouse stopped working and no USB port would work. So I had to hold the power button to shut down. And now it is in an infinite loop of trying to restart and initiating an automatic recovery which it will not start. So I shut it down get all the power out and restart again hope something will change.

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It has started up again after I let it go without any sort of power for a while. I have set some of the USB port settings so it is not allowed to shut them down to preserve power hoping that is the problem there

Edited by MarcianoG, 14 July 2016 - 04:01 AM.

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Apologies for the delay getting back to you, other commitments are taking up my time at the moment. 
 
Hopefully a temporary glitch with the USB ports that you have managed to resolve yourself.
 
It could be later on today or tomorrow before I can get back to you I`m afraid 

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No reason to apoligize I am glad with the help you are giving me.

Some BSOD happened again. I just started up the pc and had only opened steam as soon as I clicked Chrome it gave a System_service_exception.

After it rebooted before any login it BSOD again with system_thread_exception_not_handled. I have included the dmp for the first crash. I feel bad for constantly asking you to interpret these but do you by any chance have a link/tutorial that explains how to use open and interpret them?

The second blue screen did not finish it would stay at 100% for about 10 minutes upon which I shut it down.

 

The general trend I am seeing with my pc is that it crashes on the first 15 minutes (of the day) after which I go through the BSOD and cut the power entirely upon which it will work fine the whole day. Not sure if that information helps.

 

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