Windows 10: 10 BSOD in 24 hours

Discus and support 10 BSOD in 24 hours in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Windows version 1909, HP Spectre x360 Alright, so I should preface this by saying I know next to nothing about the internal workings of a computer. It... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by adriswindow, May 20, 2020.

  1. 10 BSOD in 24 hours


    Windows version 1909, HP Spectre x360

    Alright, so I should preface this by saying I know next to nothing about the internal workings of a computer. It took me over an hour to set up windbg, including having to figure out why the tutorial commands weren't working (TIL: powershell and command prompt aren't the same thing, and are not necessarily interchangeable!)

    After much googling and tutorial-following, I finally got windbg configured, and was able to analyze the most recent crash dump. I analyzed one last night, and the one this morning, and got the following results:

    BSOD crash dump analysis - Google Docs

    Apparently a different driver crash in each of them. Would this signal that it's not actually a driver issue but something else triggering the drivers to crash?

    I already updated my display adapter drivers. Nothing changed.

    The BSOD seems to happen every time I’m running a resource-heavy program, like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Premiere Pro, or LR Timelapse. So far no issue with just running Chrome and a few other small apps like windbg, settings, etc.

    I tried changing my power settings, as some tutorials recommend for the recent driver crash, but for some reason I have limited options compared to what tutorials show that I should have


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    Reliability report from yesterday


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    And from today


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    What is my next step here? Since my partner and I make all of our income with photo and video work, it’s essential that we get this fixed ASAP. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks guys 10 BSOD in 24 hours :)

    :)
     
    adriswindow, May 20, 2020
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  3. Multiple BSOD in last 24 hours

    I've received several BSODs in the last 24 hours.

    I'm not sure if an automatic update could be a cause.

    Sometimes, my laptop will remain stable for up to 30 minutes, other times I can't get past the log in screen.

    The BSODs that I've received are:

    • PFN LIST CORRUPT
    • IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL
    • SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION
    • PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA (FLTMGR.SYS)
    • FAST RESOURCE PRECONDITION VIOLATION
    • SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED (FLTMGR.SYS)
    • KERNEL AUTO BOOT LOCK ACQUISITION WITH RAISED IRQL
    • REFERENCE BY POINTER
    • INVALID PROCESS DETATCH ATTEMPT
    • SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION
    • DRIVER OVERRAN STACK BUFFER
    • KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED
    • RESOURCE NOT OWNED
    • KERNEL MODE HEAP CORRUPTION
    Is my best option to reinstall Win 10?

    Running on a Dell Inspiron 11 3000 series.

    Thank you.

    Paul
     
    PaulD'Amato, May 20, 2020
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  4. 10 BSOD in 24 hours

    10 BSOD in 24 hours

    Windows version 1909, HP Spectre x360

    Alright, so I should preface this by saying I know next to nothing about the internal workings of a computer. It took me over an hour to set up windbg, including having to figure out why the tutorial commands weren't working (TIL: powershell and command prompt aren't the same thing, and are not necessarily interchangeable!)

    After much googling and tutorial-following, I finally got windbg configured, and was able to analyze the most recent crash dump. I analyzed one last night, and the one this morning, and got the following results:

    BSOD crash dump analysis - Google Docs

    Apparently a different driver crash in each of them. Would this signal that it's not actually a driver issue but something else triggering the drivers to crash?

    I already updated my display adapter drivers. Nothing changed.

    The BSOD seems to happen every time I’m running a resource-heavy program, like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Premiere Pro, or LR Timelapse. So far no issue with just running Chrome and a few other small apps like windbg, settings, etc.

    I tried changing my power settings, as some tutorials recommend for the recent driver crash, but for some reason I have limited options compared to what tutorials show that I should have


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    Reliability report from yesterday


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    And from today


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    10 BSOD in 24 hours [​IMG]


    What is my next step here? Since my partner and I make all of our income with photo and video work, it’s essential that we get this fixed ASAP. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks guys 10 BSOD in 24 hours :)
     
    adriswindow, May 20, 2020
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