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DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION WIN8 64BIT

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Hi there

I'm getting DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error with blue screen in Windows 8 64BIT OEM! here is my .dmp file
https://www.dropbox.com/s/pn11yd1dx45hhb5/051313-64812-01.dmp

It appears the issue is with ntoskrnl.exe. Here is screenshots from what I got from the .dmp crash report outlining the issue!



Any ideas on how to fix this? Restoring windows doesn't help, it eventually occurs after few hours.
post #2 of 8
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Just to add-on I have done a memory diagnostic test and it detected no issues!
post #3 of 8
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Originally Posted by shaquillerayau View Post

Hi there

I'm getting DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error with blue screen in Windows 8 64BIT OEM! here is my .dmp file
https://www.dropbox.com/s/pn11yd1dx45hhb5/051313-64812-01.dmp

It appears the issue is with ntoskrnl.exe. Here is screenshots from what I got from the .dmp crash report outlining the issue!



Any ideas on how to fix this? Restoring windows doesn't help, it eventually occurs after few hours.


I had this same issue with my Win8 installation....i was givin 3 different scenarios from another tech 1: SSD..(which i dont have)...2: Hardware issue/outdated/improper driver...(which i believe was my issue **HD Radeon 4890...doesnt matter what drivers i have used i continously get the "watchdog" screens...
3: has something to do with CPU/FX CPU seems to have difficulty processing commands/requests between cores....
needless to say...none of the "fixs" have worked for me (except the CPU when less overclocking ..only 1 BSOD ) so..i dunno....
Here are few thing s i tried

http://pc.net/helpcenter/answers/windows_8_dpc_watchdog_violation

http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1656392/fix-dpc-watchdog-violation-error-windows.html

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/4544-73-bsod-dpc_watchdog_violation

http://www.reviversoft.com/blog/2012/11/a-guide-to-blue-screens-of-death-dpc-watchdog-violation/ (this one is interesting in relation to SSD and traditional HDD)


If you find a "fix" please post...i would like to try my Win8 again
post #4 of 8
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I found a couple of outdated drivers by using Driver Reviver which was mentioned here I haven't had an error since. And my computer is quieter as well! Maybe one of those drivers fixed the error.

Fingers crossed!
post #5 of 8
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Originally Posted by shaquillerayau View Post

I found a couple of outdated drivers by using Driver Reviver which was mentioned here I haven't had an error since. And my computer is quieter as well! Maybe one of those drivers fixed the error.

Fingers crossed!

So what you did is good? Mine still freezes and 2 times the BSOD. I heard there is a new update/service pak? or a new release coming soon? Supposed to fix a lot of hardware issues....
post #6 of 8
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Hey.

Yes Windows 8 Blue update which is primarily for a GUI redesign, however it won't be released for months!

The issues have started again for me so back to the start!
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Originally Posted by shaquillerayau View Post

Hey.

Yes Windows 8 Blue update which is primarily for a GUI redesign, however it won't be released for months!

The issues have started again for me so back to the start!

Bummer.
post #8 of 8
Are you on a laptop?
There appears to be a an issue with mouclass.sys - Timestamp: Thu Jul 26 05:28:47 2012 - ( Mouse Class Driver) +
Apfiltr.sys - Timestamp: Tue Nov 13 12:24:50 2012 - (Alps Touch Pad Driver)

I would look for an updated version if available.
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