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Random BSOD from nowhere

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#1 Jutu230


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Posted 19 July 2015 - 02:49 PM

As far as I know, everything should be updated except for the GPU drivers, as the newer ones aren't that great from Nvidia. I am not too entirely sure what caused a BSOD here, as I saw it happen when I was getting back to my PC after a quick restroom break. Also, I was unable to complete the perfmon report.


· OS - Windows 8.1
· 64-bit
· Windows 7 came with PC, installed Windows 8.1
· Retail version of OS
· December 2012 system built
· I honestly don't remember when I re-installed windows.

· CPU: i5 3570k
· Video Card: GTX 670
· MotherBoard : ASUS Sabertooth Z77
· Power Supply - Corsair HX1050
· System Manufacturer: N/A
· Laptop or Desktop?: Desktop

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#2 blueelvis


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Posted 19 July 2015 - 04:30 PM

Greetings Jutu230 & Welcome to the forums ^_^,

I have analysed your dump files and below has been provided an analysis of the same for informative purposes -
0: kd> knL
 # Child-SP          RetAddr           Call Site
00 ffffd001`0a92eca8 fffff800`335d47e9 nt!KeBugCheckEx
01 ffffd001`0a92ecb0 fffff800`335d4b10 nt!KiBugCheckDispatch+0x69
02 ffffd001`0a92edf0 fffff800`335d3d34 nt!KiFastFailDispatch+0xd0
03 ffffd001`0a92efd0 fffff800`38e72c3a nt!KiRaiseSecurityCheckFailure+0xf4
04 ffffd001`0a92f160 fffff800`38e6d9ff ndis!ndisFreeToNPagedPool+0x59
05 ffffd001`0a92f190 fffff800`38e8d9dd ndis!NdisFreeNetBuffer+0xdf
06 ffffd001`0a92f200 fffff800`39f35e15 ndis!NdisFreeCloneNetBufferList+0x292fd
07 ffffd001`0a92f2b0 fffff800`38e68eee vwififlt!FilterSendNetBufferListsComplete+0x181
08 ffffd001`0a92f300 fffff800`3ae98671 ndis!NdisMSendNetBufferListsComplete+0x4de
09 ffffd001`0a92f470 ffffe001`742f61a0 NETwbw02+0x1b1671
0a ffffd001`0a92f478 ffffe001`792e4410 0xffffe001`742f61a0
0b ffffd001`0a92f480 00000000`00000002 0xffffe001`792e4410
0c ffffd001`0a92f488 00000000`00000000 0x2

Seems like your Wireless Network Driver caused the bugcheck when it tried to free Net Buffer List. Below is a list of 3rd party drivers present on your system -
**************************Sun Jul 19 23:43:16.187 2015 (UTC + 5:30)**************************
HECIx64.sys                 Tue Jul  3 03:44:58 2012 (4FF21D62)
e1i63x64.sys                Wed Mar 20 13:07:29 2013 (51496739)
intelppm.sys                Thu Aug 22 14:16:35 2013 (5215CFEB)
exfat.SYS                   Thu Aug 22 17:10:18 2013 (5215F8A2)
mwac.sys                    Wed Jun 18 07:37:00 2014 (53A0F444)
mbam.sys                    Wed Sep  3 23:20:25 2014 (540754E1)
nvhda64v.sys                Thu Oct  9 22:32:27 2014 (5436BFA3)
cthda.sys                   Mon Nov 17 10:36:55 2014 (5469826F)
cthdb.sys                   Mon Nov 17 10:37:14 2014 (54698282)
nvvad64v.sys                Thu Nov 20 21:03:54 2014 (546E09E2)
NvStreamKms.sys             Tue Mar 17 11:49:52 2015 (5507C788)
NETwbw02.sys                Mon Mar 23 14:23:41 2015 (550FD495)
nvlddmkm.sys                Thu Apr  9 02:02:37 2015 (55259065)
MBAMSwissArmy.sys           Tue Apr 14 00:59:19 2015 (552C190F)
aswMonFlt.sys               Tue Apr 21 18:30:52 2015 (55364A04)
aswRvrt.sys                 Tue Apr 21 18:30:59 2015 (55364A0B)
aswHwid.sys                 Tue Apr 21 18:31:20 2015 (55364A20)
aswRdr2.sys                 Tue Apr 21 18:31:31 2015 (55364A2B)
aswSnx.sys                  Tue Apr 21 18:31:36 2015 (55364A30)
aswVmm.sys                  Tue Apr 21 18:45:40 2015 (55364D7C)
aswStm.sys                  Tue Apr 21 18:48:49 2015 (55364E39)
aswSP.sys                   Fri Jun 26 13:10:00 2015 (558D01D0)

I see that you have got MBAM installed along with Avast. Kindly remove these 2 using the below tools till the time we are troubleshooting the system -

MBAM Removal Tool - http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam-clean.exe
Avast Removal Tool - http://www.avast.com/uninstall-utility

Once you have removed them, make sure that Windows Defender is enabled.

Let me know how everything goes ^_^


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#3 Jutu230

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Posted 22 July 2015 - 01:53 AM

Hey! Sorry for the delay, but I thought that I would give an update.


Shortly after this all happened, the wireless card that I was using (A Gigabyte-branded Intel 7260) decided to stop working. It would stay connected to my network for a few minutes at most, and then just drop, and be unable to see any networks,  requiring a disable/enable of the device. It's not my network, as all other devices were staying connected without issue. I tried a few different driver versions (One installed by windows automatically, one from Gigabyte's site, and one from Intel), but they all showed the same behavior. So, I've replaced that with a TP-Link Archer T8E. I'm taking this BSOD as a sign that the card was on its way out. 

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