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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys

 

I'm desperate...

Here's the deal my PC gets a BSOD every time it starts up, unless I turn the screen on 1minute after pressing the on button.

I get different error messages each time during bsod, so no help looking at existing issues...

 

Here's my system:

i5 6600k @ 3.5 GHz

16gb ram

gtx 970

win 10 edu 64 bit

 

all drivers are on their most current version according to device manager...

 

Now I wait for your replies :)

 

 

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Are you able to test another monitor?


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are there any massages that you see more than the others?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

Are you able to test another monitor?

Yes, my wife's 1080p monitor brought a BSOD with "system service exeption" error message

 

PS: my screen is 4k

 

 

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Hello and welcome.

 

Have there been any recent hardware changes?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, nick name said:

Hello and welcome.

 

Have there been any recent hardware changes?

No

 

Ran really well until about a month ago...

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So what happens if the monitor is on before the PC is turned on?  


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1 minute ago, nick name said:

So what happens if the monitor is on before the PC is turned on?  

First post said it BSOD's.

I wonder what the error messages are on the BSOD. Even if they change write them ALL down. They are there for a reason. ;)

 


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13 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

First post said it BSOD's.

I wonder what the error messages are on the BSOD. Even if they change write them ALL down. They are there for a reason. ;)

 

It was a clarifying question.  I wasn't sure if OP had the monitor on before starting the PC or turning the monitor on shortly after starting the PC.  


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 9/19/2020 at 5:42 PM, nick name said:

It was a clarifying question.  I wasn't sure if OP had the monitor on before starting the PC or turning the monitor on shortly after starting the PC.  

So the most common is "system service exeption" with a mention to ndis.sys

 

Please note i already checked my hdd and ram for errors... no error messages

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4 hours ago, Mountaindoggy said:

So the most common is "system service exeption" with a mention to ndis.sys

 

Please note i already checked my hdd and ram for errors... no error messages

Have you tried removing video drivers for both the 970 and iGPU with DDU?  And then re-installing them?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 minutes ago, nick name said:

Have you tried removing video drivers for both the 970 and iGPU with DDU?  And then re-installing them?

ehm dumb question... am I not supposed to have drivers for my Igpu as well???
Why aren't there any listed on device manager ?

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33 minutes ago, Mountaindoggy said:

ehm dumb question... am I not supposed to have drivers for my Igpu as well???
Why aren't there any listed on device manager ?

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Well my theory is that the timing of the BSOD has to do with drivers or services conflicting with something and until the correct one is running you can't use your monitor.  But that's the theory of someone that doesn't know.  It almost feels like Windows is trying to install a driver (which usually takes a moment after Windows start) and while it's doing so you can't use your monitor.  

 

So it wouldn't hurt to try and install the latest iGPU driver as well.  

 

Also, to try and use DDU to remove the current 970 driver and then re-installing it.  


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