Error 0x00001E BSOD

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  1. Dimitar Manchev

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    Hello, I recently changed some of my PC components.

    I got a ASRock B85 Fatal1ty Killer Motherboard
    Intel G3258 proc
    and 8GB A-DATA 1600 RAM,

    After I installed a fresh copy of win7 64 bit I get a BSOD while either browsing, or watching a video on youtube.


    Here is the Dump and the Error file:
     

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  2. kemical

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    Code:
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    *                        Bugcheck Analysis                                    *
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    Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.
    
    BugCheck 1E, {ffffffffc0000094, fffff88006808d20, 0, 0}
    
    *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for bflwfx64.sys
    *** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for bflwfx64.sys
    Probably caused by : bflwfx64.sys ( bflwfx64+8a16 )
    
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    Hi,
    most of your dump files are like the above apart from two Bugcheck 124 (hardware error) dump files. The above Bugcheck can mean many things from faulty device drivers and new hardware added to memory conflicts although as a specific driver was named then either the driver itself is bad or gone corrupt or something else is causing the driver to crash.

    bflwfx64.sys Wed Feb 13 17:04:08 2013: Bigfoot Networks Bandwidth Control Wireless NDIS Light Weight Filter driver. I've looked for an update for this driver without success and even the Bigfoot main site seems down.
    If you don't use this driver anymore then remove it.
    If you can access the Bigfoot site and find an update then great otherwise try re-installing the driver. You could try this, remove the driver then find command prompt, right click on it, choose properties then run as admin. Type:
    sfc /scannow
    Press enter and await results.

    Re-install driver

    teamviewervpn.sys Thu Dec 13 09:22:09 2007: TeamViewerVPN Network Adapter please update:
    http://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/windows.aspx

    The only other thing to crop up in your driver stack which could be a tenuous link is this:
    AsrAppCharger.sys Tue May 10 09:28:46 2011: ASRock App Charger can be a Likely BSOD cause. If in doubt uninstall to test.

    Please run the Intel diagnostic test for your CPU:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=19792

    Post any new dump files
     
  3. Dimitar Manchev

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    I forgot to mention that I once tried the infamous Non-Z OC feature in the BIOS -> it has several options -> "Disabled, 3.8, 4.0,4.2, 4.4" when I set to, say, 3.8 it changes some of the values of different settings in the BIOS -> I tried 3.8 once, had a BSOD from not enough Vcore voltage and restored things to default(aka DISABLED), and haven't touched OC-ing options ever since.

    For now things are smooth... I'll post new dump files(if I get new BsOD(hopefully not)).
     
  4. kemical

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    So the Bugcheck 124 is probably from the overclock you tried... Thanx for updating as that clears up that little mystery and i wouldn't bother with the CPU diagnostic test.
    Good luck and post back if you should need to.






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    #4 kemical, Aug 29, 2014
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