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gyazo.com/84710991025bca199a678ba...568f11ae45

if you have any tips on how to fix this or whats cauzing it let me know

i got it while playing PUBG
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Looks like software/drivers causing this. Can you get the actual log DMP files They are the files that contain the information of the events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible.
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How much memory do you have installed in your system?

If you have 2 sticks for example, take one and boot and test. If successful take that stick out and replace it with the stick which is already removed.

Sounds like a memory leak. When the PC BSOD' (bluescreened) did the screen go all fuzzy?
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AD4M wroteHow much memory do you have installed in your system?

If you have 2 sticks for example, take one and boot and test. If successful take that stick out and replace it with the stick which is already removed.

Sounds like a memory leak. When the PC BSOD' (bluescreened) did the screen go all fuzzy?


sorry for the late reply

nope it didnt it just went blue i did a memory diagnostics test and it said everything was fine

the SATA slot (or whatever its called) that my harddrive was plugged into was loose so i think that was causing my booting up issue so i just moved my harddrive to another slot and seems to be fine, but today i got another blue screen saying

"KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE"

i updated my Graphics driver just now to see if that helped ill let you know if it crashes again
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Aw good, glad you resolved it. It's always hard without seeing photos of the machine etc haha.

Always here if you need help ma dude
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sorry for the late reply

nope it didnt it just went blue i did a memory diagnostics test and it said everything was fine

the SATA slot (or whatever its called) that my harddrive was plugged into was loose so i think that was causing my booting up issue so i just moved my harddrive to another slot and seems to be fine, but today i got another blue screen saying

"KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE"

i updated my Graphics driver just now to see if that helped ill let you know if it crashes again

Did you upgrade to windows 10 from 7? If that's the case it could be outdated drivers. You can verify drivers with windows 10 if you hold windows key and R. Then paste this in---> verifiergui. Run the preselected options.
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TastyCashews wrote
sorry for the late reply

nope it didnt it just went blue i did a memory diagnostics test and it said everything was fine

the SATA slot (or whatever its called) that my harddrive was plugged into was loose so i think that was causing my booting up issue so i just moved my harddrive to another slot and seems to be fine, but today i got another blue screen saying

"KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE"

i updated my Graphics driver just now to see if that helped ill let you know if it crashes again

Did you upgrade to windows 10 from 7? If that's the case it could be outdated drivers. You can verify drivers with windows 10 if you hold windows key and R. Then paste this in---> verifiergui. Run the preselected options.
i upgraded from windows 8 to 10 how do i find out what drivers need updated?
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i upgraded from windows 8 to 10 how do i find out what drivers need updated?

Just verify the drivers with the method I mentioned with the windows run command. Windows 10 is pretty awesome when it comes to drivers. Sometimes 8 and 10 drivers are not compatible and can run into some trouble. If it's not drivers it could be your memory, but the first error code doesn't really apply to memory even though it sounds like it. Just out of curiosity, do you know the name brand of the ram you have? Good luck bud, I'm here to help if you need anything.
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TastyCashews wrote
i upgraded from windows 8 to 10 how do i find out what drivers need updated?

Just verify the drivers with the method I mentioned with the windows run command. Windows 10 is pretty awesome when it comes to drivers. Sometimes 8 and 10 drivers are not compatible and can run into some trouble. If it's not drivers it could be your memory, but the first error code doesn't really apply to memory even though it sounds like it. Just out of curiosity, do you know the name brand of the ram you have? Good luck bud, I'm here to help if you need anything.
okay my pc was just going to the desktop and then blue screening after only being on desktop for like a minute i have reset my pc and put windows 8 back on but im now having this issue

gyazo.com/a62a1a7dc453ff01276c97ad6e0c47f0

i managed to use driver easy to install everything else but i cant seem to find

"PCI Data acquisition and Signal Processing Controller" driver

ive tried installing the chipsets and stuff but nothing is working

my specs: gyazo.com/686fbc4f81a5c19203398a9f1311cffa
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Sometimes third party driver installers will not do the trick. That should be the chipset driver. Try the installing the drivers from the actual MSI website here ---> Link
If you haven't already, I would install the graphics drivers from the Nvidia/Geforce web site. Link
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