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BSOD, have no clues except possible driver issues

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#1 Commoditism


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Posted 28 April 2017 - 04:48 PM

· OS - Windows 8.1
· x64 
· Original installed OS on system: Possibly windows 8
· OS purchased from retailer
· Age of system (hardware): 2 years
· Age of OS installation: 2 years, no re-installation
· CPU: AMD FX-8350
· Video Card: 4095MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (EVGA)
· MotherBoard - ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. M5A99X EVO R2.0 (Socket 942)
· Power Supply - CX600M 600 watt

· System Manufacturer: homemade desktop

Hi and thanks for any help in advance. The only thing I can think that could have caused this was an old usb wifi dongle I had that was plugged into my monitor, which had a usb 3.0 connection to the pc. It started crapping out (wifi disconnecting) at the same time my pc started restarting seemingly at random, sometimes when I would open a file or a program. When I replaced it with a pci adapter and unplugged and re-plugged my monitor's usb 3.0 cable it stopped restarting randomly... until today when it just froze with the BSOD. This was happening when I was trying to encode a video in Adobe Premiere and the cpu was running really high for extended periods of time, but no real signs of anything wrong like overheating. It's been about 2 weeks since I've had any problems, but those are really my only clues. It seems to running perfectly fine otherwise.


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Posted 28 April 2017 - 06:01 PM

I think I fixed it!! The culprit was asupio.sys which is a driver for Ai Suit II that I've had since I first got this pc. All I had to do was uninstall it after doing the driver verification and having it BSOD every time it restarted. This article was really helpful: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?62075-asupio-sys-BSOD-s-with-Driver-Verifier-on-Three-Separate-Systems

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Posted 28 April 2017 - 10:21 PM

Glad to hear. Let us know if we can be of further help.

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