Windows 10: Random BSOD, most caused by ACPI.sys

Discus and support Random BSOD, most caused by ACPI.sys in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; I've encountered several random BSODs during the last two weeks. I tried to reinstall the system, update drivers on the Lenovo official website, and... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by CaiWei Hao, Sep 22, 2022 at 6:22 AM.

  1. Random BSOD, most caused by ACPI.sys


    I've encountered several random BSODs during the last two weeks. I tried to reinstall the system, update drivers on the Lenovo official website, and many other ways to fix this problem. Somehow it still exists and it's annoying. So I post here to find some solution to it once and for all. I checked all of the minidump files at once and most of them pointed to ACPI.sys. Other cases included nvlddmkm.sys and hdaudbus.sys. Minidump files are uploaded for any necessary inspection: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApZGs4EWVRKp02lZVkD7zH_n1nLw?e=JHDSY4 MEMORY.dmp here if needed: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApZGs4E

    :)
     
  2. ARC
    Arc Win User

    Random BSOD while browsing internet


    BitDefender is nothing special. mwac.sys causes BSODs anywhere.
    A tiny documentation can be found here: Solved Random BSODs - Windows 10 Forums
    In that very thread, the suggested action apparently worked.

    The storage and network filters of any third party antivirus can cause BSODs. Neither MBAM nor BitDefender is any special. For a regular antivirus, it may be shifted to an alternative; but MBAM has no alternative. So a clean install of the said program is the most feasible first step.
    As far as the first step is not failing, it is better to not think for the second step. Because the BSODs are not universal, failure at the first step is not universal; and success at the second step is also not universal.
    That is why I posted that my suggestion may work, or may not. Let us see where it goes.
     
  3. QCAMAIN1.SYS CAUSING BSOD

    This was probably caused by the following module:
    qcamain1.sys (Qcamain10x64+0x108678)

    Bugcheck code: 0x1D3 (0x333, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)

    Error: CUSTOM_ERROR

    A third party driver was identified as the probable root cause of this system error. It is suggested you look for an update for the following driver: qcamain1.sys .

    Google query: qcamain1.sys CUSTOM_ERROR

    Using WhoCrashed I found this thread: Redirecting however without
    solution, locked.

    I did get BSOD almost everytime I moved the laptop.

    This worked for me:

    unscrew wifi module, push a little into the socket. Screw in. DONE
     
    Horus-3-Echo, Sep 22, 2022 at 6:25 AM
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  4. Coach81 Win User

    Random BSOD, most caused by ACPI.sys

    Game controller causes random BSOD

    I have disconnected my controller for now as i didn't want to run the risk for any further issues so it wont be listed under device manager.

    Controller is Logitech Gamepad F310

    Driver that im using is microsoft driver (xusb22.sys)

    I will send you an updated V2 just to show controller now that ive re-connected.

    Didnt see option for power management tab for controller.

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    Random BSOD, most caused by ACPI.sys [​IMG]
     
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