I've had a couple other topics recently with this problem, and its persisted for nearly 8 or 9 months now. So what happened-
I upgraded my video card and ram last year in I think August, and I also upgraded to Windows 10 (forcibly, might I add). Since I did that upgrade, I've had blue screen issues. I found that these 5 codes were occuring from then, until this week when I reformatted. They were very random though, it might occur every 30 minutes one day, but at one point went nearly 3 months without an error, started again frequently, go away for a month, come back again. During all that time I was searching and doing what I could to get it to stop, but nothing fully fixed the problem then.
0x00000116 - way more of these through the time after upgrade, the other four only started recently.
I found out that my video card was in a series of EVGA cards had parts on them that were over heating. So they RMA'd me a new one, and during that install, I got rid of an older hard drive that I was only using for Windows and small programs. Now I'm just with my two newer 1TB's drivers, newest with Windows on it.
I never had a single blue screen before I changed my GPU and Ram, while I was forced to upgrade to Windows 10. So the only thing left from my last build is the CPU and Mobo, everything else is new and the problem persisted through all of the other upgrades, changed, exchanges I've done since it started happening. Multiple sets of ram, different HDD's, video cards, and PSU's all still had the problem.
When I reformatted, I started very basic. I don't know if this is really an issue or not, but I turned off Window's automatically installing drivers as soon as Windows booted. I went through and started installing the drivers I know that I only need. Nvidia graphics and Physx only, the LAN/USB/Audio drivers from Gigabyte. But, there are no current chipset drivers from Gigabyte for my board that are made for Windows 10. I read somewhere to just download the ones for 8.1, and I did that, installing AMD Catalyst off of GBs website under chipset drivers. Not long after that was my first bluescreen with the 139, Kernel Security Check bluescreen. Right now, that is the only one since I reinstalled. I immediately uninstalled Catalyst, thinking maybe that could be part of it. I figured I'd come back and see if I can't get it worked out without a lot of junk installed right now.
I also installed MSI Afterburner for the moment to I could change the fan curve on the GPU, since they are generally off and I don't like that. I have the Sysnative dump attached below. Let me know what else you might need.
Corsair CX750M PSU
AMD FX-6300 with Hyper 212 cooler
16gb Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600
EVGA GTX1070 FTW 3.0
Edited by Rebel2345, 07 February 2017 - 01:28 PM.