Edit.; scf /scannow shows no error, chkdisk shows no errors and memtest shows RAM OK!
Edit2; VINCENT-PC-2015-01-25_193044,32.zip has been added. It is a BSOD MEMORY_MANAGEMENT problem, and on the event viewer, the time of the BSOD coincides exactly with another Kernel-power 41-63 --- While Restarting for Windows Update
Edit3; VINCENT-PC-2015-01-25_203010,88.zip has been added. It is a BSOD DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, happened at 20:22, same time that another Kernel-power 41-63. At the exact same time, I hit the computer with my chair, kinda gently, not on purpose of course.
I am so excited that a forum like that exists.
Hello everybody! For a few days now, I've been able to complete my second build PC
Mobo : Asus Maximus VII Hero (Z97)
CPU : i7-4790k
PSU : EVGA G2 850W Gold+
GPU : EVGA GTX 970 ACX2.0 x2 SLI'd
Case : H440 from NZXT Razer Edition
Monitor : Asus ROG Swift
RAM : Corsair 1600MHz 2x8 Gb "Vengeance" series
SSD : HyperX Fury 256 Gb
HDD : Hitachi 1 Tb 7200 RPM + 4Tb WD Green (which I removed)
The machine is really performant, and that's what I wanted. Until... and here's the story.
1. I install windows from USB key. Activate it. All is good. I install it on SSD.
2. Some system files install themselves on the WD Green. For some reasons, I can't even use 100% of it because it ain't GPT and I can't convert it. After some BSOD's, I decide to remove it. I reinstall Windows, all on the SSD. It narrowed down, apparently, the diversification of BSOD to one :
and other times
NO BSOD : just the PC restarting.
The last times I had this BSOD, I couldn't come back to Windows, so I had to restore it from several hours earlier. And here I am.
I have read about the minidump files. I currently enabled the writing of these, and I'm waiting on the next BSOD to send you : there are no more since I restored Win (30-40 mins ago). Anyway, it's only while I game (and then worsens, and then restore needed).
Since that restore, also, I've enabled the Driver_verifier. Standard mode. When I was in BSOD rage, enabling that just killed the possibility of me getting into Windows. For now, all seems GOOD. I didn't install games yet.
Drivers installed so far with driver_verifier enabled :
Intel Rapid Storage driver
Realtek Audio drivers
MOBO Bios updated
I didn't run Windows Update yet (edit : done at 19:23)
I also checked the event manager, which DID NOT reset. Here's a picture of it.
As you can see, the only critical error (which happened at the same time as the Kernel BSODS) are kernel related. I'm starting to wonder what the hell is wrong! I payed the bucks for the PC, and I'm a bit in a panic. If you guys could help.