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Random blue screens even under low-load

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so I will get these random blue screens that come about even when I am utilizing very low percentage of what my computer is capable of so i know it's not overheating. It's usually represented with the code HYPERVISOR ERROR or SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION occasionally. I have 64 bit windows 10 pro with core i9-9900k 32GB 2122MHz RAM RTX 2080 TI 1TB SSD 8TB HDD. I don't know the wattage of the power supply. My BIOS is up to date. Furthermore, this computer just got back from HP repair center and "extensive testing"

 

i have my dump files on google drive but it looks like I am able to attach files directly.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12YdknXwYwJPBhOkix5Gwy9v3VX595uhF/view?usp=sharing

SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip

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I mean your first mistake was getting a hp.

 

Which hp to be precise. It would not be strange for them to put a teeny tiny cooler on a 9900k and a borderline capable psu. Also extensive testing is running the bios utility to check for problems which does not load up the main parts of the pc at all.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

HP Omen. Sorry about that. Water cooled I think. I had it sent it for problems stuttering and they changed out some of the parts and they told me on the phone they would stress the system to test it

 

What computer manufacturer do you think is good?

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Diagnostics can only find issues that the diagnostics know how to look for and test for.

There is virtually no way for any diags to find every problem possible so i wouldnt blame them too much, their tools are limited.

2 hours ago, tachros said:

What computer manufacturer do you think is good?

Yourself, its not that hard, and usually cheaper. But i also get its not for everyone. Local shops often charge way too much also.

Computers are complex devices, anyone can sell you a great PC that later needs advanced troubleshooting, its just the way it goes.

All i mean, is while HP is not my choice either, dont hate on them too much for this. 

 

Is it an option to wipe it clean and reinstall the OS, or has it been done already?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I probably wipe my OS every 3 months because of something stupid I did or because I want to start new. But then I go into add optional windows features and add things that I think screw it up so this time I won't do that. For example, should I just uninstall the hypervisor platform I added?

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