Windows 10: Persistent Intermittent BSOD's on upgraded mobo

Discus and support Persistent Intermittent BSOD's on upgraded mobo in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hello all, I had a few BSOD issues when on my previous motherboard related to the game bar and the GameInputRedistributable crashing my desktop, and... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by tjmccord, Jan 22, 2021.

  1. tjmccord Win User

    Persistent Intermittent BSOD's on upgraded mobo


    Hello all,

    I had a few BSOD issues when on my previous motherboard related to the game bar and the GameInputRedistributable crashing my desktop, and decided to start with a fresh install when moving to a new X570 mother board from my previous X470 build. All other components, drives, etc., remained.

    Since I went to the fresh install and installed fresh all drivers, I have had random but persistent BSOD's. Typical experience is to have them once every 12 hours or so, but I did have a stretch of 36-48 hours without. The last few days, however, it has been nigh 6+ times per 24 hour period.

    It's been a random assortment of stop codes and error codes that all lacked any detail regarding a specific misbehaving driver, but all documentation I could find when inputting each into a search has stated "driver issue" indiscriminately. I did a safe mode DDU cleaning and reinstalling of graphics drivers, audio drivers, and various other attempts to clear any conflicts, including resetting this fresh install once and attempting to go at it again.

    Memory tests seem fine, I have reseated my RAM, my GPU, and even my bloody heatsink. I have tried one stick of RAM, 2, etc., and always end with the same issue persisting.

    I found the documentation on driver verifier, and got myself into a BSOD boot loop wherein driver verifier was crashing windows before the environment could load - unfortunately the bloody stop code never gave up a culprit on the screens.

    Since the dump files are not readable by text editor, I pulled the last three dump files and system info, and zipped it up to put into myOneDrive here.


    If anyone with fresh eyes could give me any sort of feedback on what they see within the files, I would be massively appreciative. I'm ready to start ripping out hardware and downgrading, but the driver verifier boot loop makes me suspicious of AMD's chipset drivers or the new Nvidia drivers I have installed.


    Thanks all!

    :)
     
    tjmccord, Jan 22, 2021
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  2. Changing my MOBO and CPU a

    I'm doing PC upgrades and changes entirely for my new mini-itx build.

    I'm not sure about how the process would work, but what are the appropriate steps I need to undertake before making my changes?

    • My personal data and files are backed up to my Onedrive, and have nothing to lose in terms of data.
    • I have an additional copy of Windows 10 (but would prefer not to use it in-case I do another PC build).
    • My MOBO and CPU upgrades are polar opposites of my current hardware:
      • OLD HARDWARE
        • Intel i5 6500
        • AsRock Killer MOBO
      • New Hardware
        • AMD Ryzen 7 2700x
        • Asus Strix X-470
    This is my first time doing a particular change so guiding steps would be greatly appreciated! Things like how to wipe my hard-drive and reinstall Windows, etc.
     
    Chris Anguiano, Jan 22, 2021
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  3. Amol S. Win User
    Changing my MOBO and CPU a

    You will have to buy windows license if you change the motherboard, unless you made the computer originally in the first place, or bought a license key.
     
    Amol S., Jan 22, 2021
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  4. Persistent Intermittent BSOD's on upgraded mobo

    Persistent BSOD ntoskrnl.exe

    Ok understood CW. Could it be possible that even though the memory used is in the QVL list for the motherboard that it would still cause BSODs? I don't really feel like futzing with Memtest so would next steps be updating to latest BIOS, installing all RAM and then retesting?
     
    RyanTScott, Jan 22, 2021
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