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BSOD KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Windows 8.1

Hello all,

A week gave my Computer gave a BSOD, a couple of days ago a second one, and just an hour ago number 3.

All BSOD's have the same error: KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
Caused by Driver ntoskrnl.exe
This is what blueScreenView thinks of it: http://i.imgur.com/OU4w0hn.png

In all three situations the Driver crashed when i was on the internet(mostly watching a online video). It didn't crash while gaming or converting video's what so ever.

Anyone have an Idea how to find the cause, and fix it. I don't even know if it's hardware or software related.

Specs
I5-4670k
MSI Z87-G45 Gaming
12GB Ram 1600MHz(2x4 and 2x2)
Nvidia GTX780
Samsung 840 EVO 250GB
Cooler Master V700
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  1. Sorry to say it, but we have ourselves a virus. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/294728
  2. you would have to post a copy of the actual memory dump file onto a cloud server
    like google docs or skydrive. someone can connect a debugger and look at the memory.dmp file to see what the problem is.
  3. johnbl said:
    you would have to post a copy of the actual memory dump file onto a cloud server
    like google docs or skydrive. someone can connect a debugger and look at the memory.dmp file to see what the problem is.



    I think he has a virus, because that is what that means.
  4. That can not be determined with the information provided.

    Andrew Buck said:
    johnbl said:
    you would have to post a copy of the actual memory dump file onto a cloud server
    like google docs or skydrive. someone can connect a debugger and look at the memory.dmp file to see what the problem is.



    I think he has a virus, because that is what that means.
  5. That is true. We need your minidumps to be able to decode what is causing it. I am using my Mac, so I can't view BSODs, and will not be able to. Can you please view it and post what driver and stop code is causing it?
  6. Here is service that wraps around the microsoft debugger and just dumps the standard debug text using a browser.
    Tt will work even for a Mac because the work is done on the server service. Only problem is it runs a very simple debugging script so you don't get to enter in the commands you often need. Here is the link

    http://www.osronline.com/page.cfm?name=analyze

    Andrew Buck said:
    That is true. We need your minidumps to be able to decode what is causing it. I am using my Mac, so I can't view BSODs, and will not be able to. Can you please view it and post what driver and stop code is causing it?
  7. johnbl said:
    Here is service that wraps around the microsoft debugger and just dumps the standard debug text using a browser.
    Tt will work even for a Mac because the work is done on the server service. Only problem is it runs a very simple debugging script so you don't get to enter in the commands you often need. Here is the link

    http://www.osronline.com/page.cfm?name=analyze

    Andrew Buck said:
    That is true. We need your minidumps to be able to decode what is causing it. I am using my Mac, so I can't view BSODs, and will not be able to. Can you please view it and post what driver and stop code is causing it?




    Alright, cool. Thanks for the link. This will be useful. I usually use other programs that are on windows and I feel like staying on Mac and not switching to Boot Camp right now. I am also on vacation and my gaming/workstation PC is at home right now.
  8. it works but it assumes you are a developer so the script it runs does not do some simple checks that you would do when looking at a memory dump from a machine you did not set up yourself. for example,
    dumping the drivers with the date, confirming that the key windows files in memory are not corrupt, dumping the CPU voltages and clock frequency being used, BIOS versions and machine manufacture info.

    generally means I have to run my own copy of the debugger and issue those commands in my own script.

    Andrew Buck said:
    johnbl said:
    Here is service that wraps around the microsoft debugger and just dumps the standard debug text using a browser.
    Tt will work even for a Mac because the work is done on the server service. Only problem is it runs a very simple debugging script so you don't get to enter in the commands you often need. Here is the link

    http://www.osronline.com/page.cfm?name=analyze

    Andrew Buck said:
    That is true. We need your minidumps to be able to decode what is causing it. I am using my Mac, so I can't view BSODs, and will not be able to. Can you please view it and post what driver and stop code is causing it?




    Alright, cool. Thanks for the link. This will be useful. I usually use other programs that are on windows and I feel like staying on Mac and not switching to Boot Camp right now. I am also on vacation and my gaming/workstation PC is at home right now.
  9. johnbl said:
    it works but it assumes you are a developer so the script it runs does not do some simple checks that you would do when looking at a memory dump from a machine you did not set up yourself. for example,
    dumping the drivers with the date, confirming that the key windows files in memory are not corrupt, dumping the CPU voltages and clock frequency being used, BIOS versions and machine manufacture info.

    generally means I have to run my own copy of the debugger and issue those commands in my own script.

    Andrew Buck said:
    johnbl said:
    Here is service that wraps around the microsoft debugger and just dumps the standard debug text using a browser.
    Tt will work even for a Mac because the work is done on the server service. Only problem is it runs a very simple debugging script so you don't get to enter in the commands you often need. Here is the link

    http://www.osronline.com/page.cfm?name=analyze

    Andrew Buck said:
    That is true. We need your minidumps to be able to decode what is causing it. I am using my Mac, so I can't view BSODs, and will not be able to. Can you please view it and post what driver and stop code is causing it?




    Alright, cool. Thanks for the link. This will be useful. I usually use other programs that are on windows and I feel like staying on Mac and not switching to Boot Camp right now. I am also on vacation and my gaming/workstation PC is at home right now.




    May not be so useful/easy then.
  10. Ok here is the dmp file
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1UiT8DTFLiMQkdDTjA3bjlaQjg/edit?usp=sharing

    Hope this helps
    ,

    The CPU runs at 4,1GHz here, but that;s not the cause(is was table for a year and it also gives BSOD's at stock speed)
  11. A memory access violation. Try another stick of RAM or in a different slot.
  12. Andrew Buck said:

    Allready done that, but still the same BSOD
  13. markarn said:
    Andrew Buck said:

    Allready done that, but still the same BSOD


    Do what is says on this page. Start in safe mode and go to CMD and type sfc /scannow
  14. Andrew Buck said:
    A memory access violation. Try another stick of RAM or in a different slot.

    That might be it, i upgraded the memory from 8GB to 12GB a month ago, maybe one of the DIMM's is bad(altough at 12GB passed memtestx86).

    Now running sfc/scannow
  15. markarn said:
    Andrew Buck said:
    A memory access violation. Try another stick of RAM or in a different slot.

    That might be it, i upgraded the memory from 8GB to 12GB a month ago, maybe one of the DIMM's is bad(altough at 12GB passed memtestx86).

    Now running sfc/scannow


    Good. That should do it. Tell me how it goes. :)
  16. sfc/scannow gave 0 erros
    I will report back if the system keeps stable now
  17. Best answer
    basically you had a driver try to access a memory location of -1 and it caused the crash.
    I don't know which driver.

    I would start removing 3rd party drivers or run driver verifier on the driver so that they will crash faster. (when the bad call is made) Sorry, it is not more help. Here are my notes. You might also confirm your memory banks are matched in the correct slots.

    - running epfwwfp.sys firewall driver

    notes: you have a very old driver for your motherboard audio
    \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\MBfilt64.sys Thu Jul 30 20:40:32 2009
    you might get a update from reltek
    http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=24&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false

    your sotfware
    C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI\Live Update\NTIOLib_X64.sys Tue Oct 19 23:45:49 2010
    is pretty old also, you might want to remove it or get a update if you can find a current verison.

    machine info:
    Manufacturer MSI
    Product Name MS-7821
    Version 1.0
    Serial Number
    Z87-G45 GAMING (MS-7821)
    Processor Version Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670K CPU @ 3.40GHz
    Processor Voltage 8ch - 1.2V
    External Clock 100MHz
    Max Speed 3800MHz
    Current Speed 3400MHz
    BIOS Version V1.5
    BIOS Starting Address Segment f000
    BIOS Release Date 09/22/2013

    memory:
    ChannelA-DIMM0 (bank 0) = 4096 MB, 1600 Mhz manufacturer 1315 part number BLT4G3D1608DT1TX0
    ChannelA-DIMM1 (bank 1)= 2048 MB 1333MHz manufacture= samsung part number M378B5773DH0-CH9
    ChannelB-Dimm0 (bank 2)= 4096 MB, 1600 Mhz manufacturer 1315 part number BLT4G3D1608DT1TX0
    ChannelB-DIMM1 (Bank 3) = 2048 MB 1333MHz manufacture= samsung part number M378B5773DH0-CH9


    - core windows files don't seem to be corrupted in memory
    ----------------

    yep, you might scan for viruses (use malwarebytes) and remove all of your chrome brower extentions. I will try to look at the debug dump when I get back.
  18. Thanks again.

    Didn't notice a problem since i took the 2x2 GB Ram kit out :D
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