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Hi,
I recently encounterd some BOSD's during my gameplay in Overwatch.
I did a clean install of my GeForce Drives and did some Windows updates.

Attached you'll find two dump files, one before and one after the new VGA driver install.
I tried opening them in WinDbg without any result at all, I can't even seem to read the files, for me, it's just a bunch of jibberish.


I would like to be able to learn how to open and interpret those *.dmp files, as for now I use BlueScreenView which tells me that my "dxgmms2.sys" driver caused the issue.
GPU's runn @ stock. CPU is still overclocked, but I never had any issues with that just yet... :/ It even used to be clocked at 4,6Ghz (now 4,5Ghz)

I would really apreciate and welcome any input from your side.
Cheers
TDEUS

BOSD_DMP.zip 179k .zip file
Edited by TDEUS - 7/7/16 at 4:15am
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It is nearly 5am for me right now so i cant go deep searching but i would clear any overclocks and try, if it still happens fresh drivers, if still happens then it requires deeper searching, someone here might have a better idea or has dealt with it but i personally havent, normally overclocks or corrupt drivers cause bsod's most of the time. save your oc bios to a profile, then go default/stock and try. hope this helps a tiny bit. i'll try to assist more in the morning.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by NeoReaper View Post

Use this program:
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

Thats exactly what I'm using right now.
Quote:
Originally Posted by InverseTundra View Post

It is nearly 5am for me right now so i cant go deep searching but i would clear any overclocks and try, if it still happens fresh drivers, if still happens then it requires deeper searching, someone here might have a better idea or has dealt with it but i personally havent, normally overclocks or corrupt drivers cause bsod's most of the time. save your oc bios to a profile, then go default/stock and try. hope this helps a tiny bit. i'll try to assist more in the morning.

nice, thanks I appreciate. No hurry, looking foreward for your input.
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So ive spent alot of time on google trying to find any type of solution, and in the end i got nothing. every forum post or reddit page just ended with people having more questions then answers and no way to fix it, some work arounds on a per game basis worked for some people but not others and from what i can find is its a windows 10 only direct x 12 error with no current fix. thats all i could find, maybe someone else will have info to aid but i seriously cant find anything on it... :/ damn windows 10.

Edit: only thing i can think, make a windows 10 usb and try to repair windows with it and see if maybe somehow it fixes it, but i highly doubt it tbh.
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I would try removing your overclock completely, and trying without it to rule that out. Overclocking can cause errors like this if the CPU is slightly unstable. Even if it's worked fine before, and still works fine in other games.
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Yea, try removing the OC without a doubt. Sometimes an OC can seem stable and even be stable in most things. Then for some reason that one game/program stresses the hardware in a way others don't.

Case and point,

Bought Divinity: Original Sin "EE" on steam sale. Play it and it driver crashes about 30 min in. Kept doing this. Removed my GPU OC and it's 100% stable. Now, I can play much, much more demanding games on my GPU OC np, but, for some reason something in DOS brings out an instability in my GPU oc.
     
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So I dialed my CPU back to stock speed and now I get MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD's.
I never overclocked my RAM. So is there a chance that they're broken?

I'm on my phone at the moment since my computer doesn't started right away after the crash. My mobo seems to wanna perform some kind of DDR check (ASUS THING)

What do you guys suggest, should I remove all the RAM sticks, got 4x4GB, and test them all individually?

CHEERS
TDEUS
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TDEUS View Post

So I dialed my CPU back to stock speed and now I get MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD's.
I never overclocked my RAM. So is there a chance that they're broken?

I'm on my phone at the moment since my computer doesn't started right away after the crash. My mobo seems to wanna perform some kind of DDR check (ASUS THING)

What do you guys suggest, should I remove all the RAM sticks, got 4x4GB, and test them all individually?

CHEERS
TDEUS

Yeah, I would run them one at a time and see if it refuses to boot with a specific one in. If they all boot, you'll have to run memcheck on each.
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