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MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD (ntoskrnl.exe is to blame?)

I keep getting a BSOD saying MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. When bringing up details on the BlueScreenViewer tool, it says a driver named "ntoskrnl.exe" is at fault. This is a month old custom build by myself. Everything is a month (ish) old. I have tried different memory sticks (luckily had some available) and still doing the same thing. All drivers are up-to-date according to a program called DriverEasy. System is up-to-date on Windows Updates as well. What I have read into the issue is that the memory cards are bad, which is impossible. I pulled them out and put back in as well, verifying they aren't loose at all. Only started having issues this last week or so. Was running flawlessly otherwise. Don't think issue is related but computer is also currently having issues keeping Firefox up have someone trying to help me with that (keeps crashing). Only issues! HELP!?!

This is my current build if it helps: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/yndd23 (case is slightly different atm not that that should matter)
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  1. Upload the dmp files somewhere then post the link.

    ntoskrnl.exe wont be the cause something is making it crash

    I wouldnt use 3rd party programs for drivers. if you want drivers go to the manufacturer's site
  2. Paul NZ said:
    Upload the dmp files somewhere then post the link.

    ntoskrnl.exe wont be the cause something is making it crash

    I wouldnt use 3rd party programs for drivers. if you want drivers go to the manufacturer's site


    All the BSODs from today
    (1) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3D10zFaxI6bb0s4ODNTaWxIMUU/view?usp=sharing
    (2) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3D10zFaxI6bdlpNOFo5R3B4ZmM/view?usp=sharing
    (3) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3D10zFaxI6bMU1CWldNNDI0ejA/view?usp=sharing
    (4) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3D10zFaxI6bY01tcjZFMzlOUFk/view?usp=sharing

    I am terrible at finding the proper drivers from the website... I did do it for my video card because that one was easy... but I will try to get the drivers from manufacturer from now on...
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    I would uninstall Avast for now. This can cause these stop errors.

    Then use their removal tool

    Whats installed thats made by Vimicro Corporation ??

    The driver for one of their devices vvftUVC.sys is from 2008 / 6 years. Old drivers can crash windows

    Its possible Comodo is also causing this crash. This can cause these stop errors as well

    Does Avast inc the firewall?? If it does, you should only have 1 firewall installed. Otherwise, they'll conflict with each other
  4. After doing a Memtest, it discovered numerous errors on my RAM... guess one of the sticks was DOA. Got new sticks, issue resolved. Thank you for your help!!!
  5. Excellent !
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