Windows 10: Posting memorydumps to resolve BSOD issues

Discus and support Posting memorydumps to resolve BSOD issues in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; We are getting BSOD errors on several Windows 10 machines almost once a day. I followed this article... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Shaun WPC, Feb 6, 2020.

  1. Shaun WPC Win User

    Posting memorydumps to resolve BSOD issues


    We are getting BSOD errors on several Windows 10 machines almost once a day.

    I followed this article https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/bsod-finding-and-fixing-them/1939df35-283f-4830-a4dd-e95ee5d8669d to collect all the memory dumps and sysinfo.



    Is this the correct place to post the memorydump files and have Microsoft inspect them?


    Any assistance with this would be much appreciated, thank you.



    Kind regards,

    Shaun

    :)
     
    Shaun WPC, Feb 6, 2020
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    Darwin Dim, Feb 6, 2020
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  3. Johan45 Win User
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    Johan45, Feb 6, 2020
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  4. alexsubri Win User

    Posting memorydumps to resolve BSOD issues

    BSOD- atikmpag.sys

    This is most likely due to an installation/upgrade error with ATI driver's. I suggest doing DriveSweeper and the following:
    • Drivesweeper all drivers & in Safe Mode
    • Unistall all drivers that aren't used in DriveSweeper (CCC Profiler Updates, MSI AfterBurner, anything related to ATI that use's it's drivers.)
    • After you do this, the first thing you need to do is go into Device Manager and Unistall your ATI Drivers
    Posting memorydumps to resolve BSOD issues [​IMG]


    Once your done, restart the PC and then try installing the latest drivers.


    I had several issues with this in the past, but I overcame it with logical reasoning and whenever I have a driver issue, I just use these steps and I always overcome the problem.

    Best of luck! *Toast :toast:
     
    alexsubri, Feb 6, 2020
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