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Blue Screen of Death

Printed From: CyberPowerPC
Category: Hardware
Forum Name: Desktop
Forum Description: Anything about gaming Desktop
Printed Date: 14 Jul 2020 at 6:57pm

Topic: Blue Screen of Death
Posted By: Matchstckgmr
Subject: Blue Screen of Death
Date Posted: 09 Feb 2020 at 9:18pm
Hi new to the forums anyways I guess let me get to my issue. I have as of late out of nowhere been getting a Blue Screen of Death the Stop Code is DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and it says that Wdf01000.sys is what failed. I have done a simple google search and what I have learned is that the stop code I got means its something related to drivers as for the what failed its apparently related to Windows Driver Framework. I have looked up some "fixes" to help but most are enter these lines in command prompt which none fixed it by the way. I tried doing a virus scan and got nothing I used Malwarebytes for those wondering. It found nothing and windows is fully up to date as are all my drivers. So I have no clue why this is happening or what caused it at first it just sorta happened while I was playing a game I did a update and tried to do some cleaning up plus the steps I mentioned above to fix it. At first I thought that solved it however it now only at present as I type this seems to happen when I try to use disk cleanup it will scan but once it done scanning it brings up the screen for you to check boxes then clean but the computer blue screens every time with the same Stop Code sometimes what failed is different. I don't remember what other things have failed but I can cause the blue screen a few times if needed to see if its always the same what failed every time or if its different ones every time but they are always the same different ones at random. I thank everyone for the help in advance and hope I can get this issue fixed.

Windows 10 64 bit
AMD FX 6300 Six Core Processor(I don't think its over clocked I have not messed with it)
8GB of RAM
AMD Radeon RX 560 Series
(thats most of what I know off the top of my head if more info is needed with proper instruction I can look it up.)  

Posted By: jmcging
Date Posted: 10 Feb 2020 at 8:12pm
I have found the free utility "Whocrashed" helpful in identifying the culprit. My last 2 were actually caused by Malwarebytes, and updating it fixed things.  But the utility was helpful.

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