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  1. gcp89 Win User

    Windows 10 Random BSODs While Playing Overwatch


    Hello. I have been experiencing random BSODs since April of this year. They always occur while I'm on Overwatch and never seem to happen any other time. It might just be a coincidence that it seems to occur while I'm playing Overwatch simply because I'm on it a lot, but at this point I'm not sure. I have run the SFC/ScanNOW, DISM, and Chkdsk commands numerous times with no errors appearing. I have also ran Memtest for hours with no error occurring after 3-4 passes. My Windows is up to date along with my GPU drivers and MOBO BIOS version. The bluescreens are spread out days at a time mostly(as you can see by the dump file dates.) I have had no hardware changes at all since 2015(everything has worked fine since April.). Thanks in advance for any help given.

    MiniDumps(Most of them state nt kernel & system as the culprit in WhoCrashed)- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B300Gt7x5wO3eWVNU19We...

    -Basic Specs-
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
    AMD FX 8350
    AMD R9 280
    16GB RAM

    I started a thread on Tom's Hardware forums and they referred me to here for more help. Here's something that a user over there posted on paste bin after taking a look at a dump if it helps. Brief part first, full text is below. File: 051017-50390-01.dmp (Wed May 10 2 - Pastebin.com

    :)
     
    gcp89, Jul 18, 2017
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  2. Attempted Execute of Noexecute Memory BSOD?

    I've gotten three more crashes. Uploaded the zipped crash dumps here > Crash Dumps items 2-27-2017

    The first crash was a memory_management bsod while I was playing Overwatch. Nothing overclocked. The next 2 crashes happened subsequently while the PC was trying to restart from the initial crash.
     
    ArianBorova, Jul 18, 2017
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  3. Constant BSODs under medium load while gaming.

    The issue started occurring a month or two ago, though very infrequently, enough so that I didn't think anything of it at the time.

    It seems to occur in any game, I've observed it across 5 now: Overwatch, Heros of the Storm, Mass Effect Andromeda, Prey, and No Man's Sky.

    It never occurs immediately upon launch, but rather after some random time playing. As I noted above it's no occurring in a high enough frequency that I can expect one BSOD in about 20~30 minutes of game-play.
     
    SergeyVikhlyantsev, Jul 18, 2017
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  4. Windows 10 Random BSODs While Playing Overwatch

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    BSODHunter, Jul 19, 2017
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  5. Abaculus Win User
    I've only checked the most recent two bugchecks, both of which are quite similar in nature.

    Code: BugCheck A, {0, 2, 1, fffff800116ebd2c} Probably caused by : memory_corruption[/quote] Ignore the memory corruption line, it simply means that a driver has attempted to perform a write operation at some invalid address location. Usually, paging is disabled at a IRQL Level 2 and above? It has been a while since I've debugged!

    Code: CHKIMG_EXTENSION: !chkimg -lo 50 -d !nt fffff800116eb11a-fffff800116eb11b 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+3a [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb151-fffff800116eb152 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+71 (+0x37) [ 80 fa:00 e2 ] fffff800116eb25d-fffff800116eb25e 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+17d (+0x10c) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb2e8-fffff800116eb2e9 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+208 (+0x8b) [ ff f6:7f 81 ] fffff800116eb3a3-fffff800116eb3a4 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+2c3 (+0xbb) [ ff f6:7f 81 ] fffff800116eb636-fffff800116eb637 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+556 (+0x293) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb6cc-fffff800116eb6cd 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+5ec (+0x96) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb745-fffff800116eb746 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+665 (+0x79) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb849-fffff800116eb84a 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFlush+769 (+0x104) [ ff f6:7f 81 ] fffff800116eb8b3-fffff800116eb8b4 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+43 (+0x6a) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eb8de-fffff800116eb8df 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+6e (+0x2b) [ 80 fa:00 e2 ] fffff800116eb8fb-fffff800116eb8fc 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+8b (+0x1d) [ ff f6:7f 81 ] fffff800116eb993-fffff800116eb994 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+123 (+0x98) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eba1b-fffff800116eba1c 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+1ab (+0x88) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116eba9f-fffff800116ebaa0 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+22f (+0x84) [ 80 fa:00 e2 ] fffff800116ebb5c-fffff800116ebb5d 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+2ec (+0xbd) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116ebc20-fffff800116ebc21 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+3b0 (+0xc4) [ 80 fa:00 e2 ] fffff800116ebc91-fffff800116ebc92 2 bytes - nt!MiWsleFree+421 (+0x71) [ ff f6:7f 81 ] fffff800116ebe51-fffff800116ebe52 2 bytes - nt!MiDecommitPages+b1 (+0x1c0) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116ebf42-fffff800116ebf43 2 bytes - nt!MiDecommitPages+1a2 (+0xf1) [ 80 fa:00 e2 ] fffff800116ebf4b-fffff800116ebf4d 3 bytes - nt!MiDecommitPages+1ab (+0x09) [ 40 fb f6:80 40 81 ] fffff800116f057e-fffff800116f057f 2 bytes - nt!MiGetNextPageTable+19e (+0x4633) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] fffff800116f05b1-fffff800116f05b2 2 bytes - nt!MiGetNextPageTable+1d1 (+0x33) [ 80 f6:00 81 ] 47 errors : !nt (fffff800116eb11a-fffff800116f05b2)[/quote] Code: 3: kd> !chkimg -f !nt Warning: Any detected errors will be fixed to what we expect! 47 errors (fixed): !nt (fffff800116eb11a-fffff800116f05b2)[/quote] I've unwinded the thread call stack, and it appears the only the third-party driver which was present was your avast! driver. This doesn't mean that avast! is the problem, and therefore I would suggest running Driver Verifier according to these instructions - Enable and Disable Driver Verifier in Windows 10 Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials

    Code: 3: kd> lmvm aswSP start end module name fffff808`7e120000 fffff808`7e1ce000 aswSP T (no symbols) Loaded symbol image file: aswSP.sys Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\aswSP.sys Image name: aswSP.sys Timestamp: Fri Apr 28 08:46:31 2017 (5902F357) CheckSum: 00094B16 ImageSize: 000AE000 Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4[/quote]
     
    Abaculus, Jul 22, 2017
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    zbook, Apr 5, 2018
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