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System thread exception not handled - asmthub3.sys

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#1 Geggi632


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Posted 10 March 2017 - 05:40 AM




I moved to a new town with my pc -> pc was in a box for some days -> I built it up again -> today i got internet installed in my flat -> I connected the wifi to it and the bsod was here



Windows 10 64bit - normal installed with W10 USB from amazon
· Age of system (hardware): 3 Month
· Age of OS installation - have you re-installed the OS? Yes, I did a reset (wiped everything) after the bsod.. Now i can start the machine but when I want to install anything the bsod comes back.

· CPU: i5 6600K
· Nvidia 1080 (inno3D)
· Asus Z170I Pro Gaming
· Corsair 550Wat

· Desktop


I'm currently running a memtest so I will add the Files from the Sysnative app later.
I attached the dmp file - maybe this helps too.

Bluescreenviewer marked "asmthub3.sys +13c2" red..


I hope we can fix the problem.

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#2 Geggi632

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 06:12 AM

I updated the asmedia usb driver and now the computer is running.


I hope the bluescreen is fixed and don't come back

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Posted 10 March 2017 - 10:02 AM

I agree that your USB driver is likely the cause. You took the right action by updating it. :thumbup2:

Good luck!

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