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Facing multiple/interchaning blue screen crashes with different errors (linked to ram, hard drive, drivers and corrupt system files, CUSTOM BUILT PC)

I have been facing multiple blue screen crashes,usually linked to ram, hard drive, drivers and corrupt system files, driving me up the wall the past week, that where not present earlier, while I did have the occasional blue screen and many game crashes due to the integrated vgu's low performance, they where not serious and constant blue screen windows crashes, it also had visual gliches on many and random parts of the screen, such as search bars in sites. This custom pc was built around november, back then I had an issue where whenever I would boot the pc it would go into tuf bios, and after a short amount of time shut down and when I opened it for the second time would work normally.

The current errors I remember seeing are:

 

-page fault in non paged area, system service exception, quota underflow, kernel secutiry check failure, pfn list corrupt, nfys.sys

 

They have been happening at an accelerating pace(although that may be in part to how long I've been using my computer lately), starting from one to now multiple times a day at random points, during which the system is not and should be under any stress.

I have tried a bunch of things related to assisting the errors, sfc and dsim scans (it said there were things repaired), checking the ram with memory diagnostic tool and ssd (nothing found) and CHKDSK.

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, 21H1

The hardware is this:

 

-11th Gen Intel Core i7-11700 @ 2.50GHz processor, Intel UHD Graphics 750 integrated vgu, TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI (LGA1200) motherboard, Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 1TB (SSD).

 

I have manually updated drivers on almost everything many times, I currently downgraded to some beta drivers for Intel UHD Graphics 750 and it's processor. Zip is the minidump folder.

Any suggestions to fixing these issues?

Minidump.zip

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1 hour ago, OrferVan said:

I have been facing multiple blue screen crashes,usually linked to ram, hard drive, drivers and corrupt system files, driving me up the wall the past week, that where not present earlier, while I did have the occasional blue screen and many game crashes due to the integrated vgu's low performance, they where not serious and constant blue screen windows crashes, it also had visual gliches on many and random parts of the screen, such as search bars in sites. This custom pc was built around november, back then I had an issue where whenever I would boot the pc it would go into tuf bios, and after a short amount of time shut down and when I opened it for the second time would work normally.

The current errors I remember seeing are:

 

-page fault in non paged area, system service exception, quota underflow, kernel secutiry check failure, pfn list corrupt, nfys.sys

 

They have been happening at an accelerating pace(although that may be in part to how long I've been using my computer lately), starting from one to now multiple times a day at random points, during which the system is not and should be under any stress.

I have tried a bunch of things related to assisting the errors, sfc and dsim scans (it said there were things repaired), checking the ram with memory diagnostic tool and ssd (nothing found) and CHKDSK.

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, 21H1

The hardware is this:

 

-11th Gen Intel Core i7-11700 @ 2.50GHz processor, Intel UHD Graphics 750 integrated vgu, TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI (LGA1200) motherboard, Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 1TB (SSD).

 

I have manually updated drivers on almost everything many times, I currently downgraded to some beta drivers for Intel UHD Graphics 750 and it's processor. Zip is the minidump folder.

Any suggestions to fixing these issues?

Minidump.zip 2.55 MB · 0 downloads

Oof this sounds like perhaps two failures which are always hard to track down. Visual artifacts are typically caused by degraded VRAM. But since you don't have a dGPU then your system RAM is my first guess. Followed by possible MB issues.

 

Any change after a CMOS clear? That will remove any RAM overclocks

Have you upgraded your UEFI BIOS to the newest version?

 

What do temps and wattage draws look like on HWinfo?

Please list your PSU as well, even if it seems irrelevant.

 

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Updating the BIOS right now, cmos did nothing, temps are normal, usually below 20 celcius and I'm not overclocking anything, or running demanding games at all, which is why I said it crashes at random points, even when simply on chrome.

My PSU is Seasonic Focus GX 850W Full Modular 80 Plus Gold.

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