My problem is in two parts. The root problem is my system is crashing, maybe once every 2 days, sometimes with a BSOD sometimes without. My secondary problem is that the BSOD do not leave a minidump. I'm at a loss as to how to fix the minidump issue, and I'm almost positive the crashes are due to a driver problem.
My system specs are up to date.
Yes, I have minidumps enabled and have tried both the "Small memory dump" as well as the "Kernel memory dump" options.
When I have Kernel dump enabled, the BSOD gets to ~55% completed on the memory dump and then seems to "freeze" at that point. If left for an extended period of time it eventually says that it is unable to complete the memory dump.
As far as I'm aware I have updated every driver I can think of.
I am not overclocking.
Tests I have done:
Memtest86+ for 15 passes, 0 errors.
Furmark stress test for 2 hours.
sfc /scannow no issues
check disk /f /r all fine.
I am currently running with driver verification enabled, however that won't help until minidumps are working.
I've run Data lifeguard extended test for my HDD, no errors.
Prime95 Blend test for 1 hour. (I probably should run this longer, I aborted because my processor was getting too hot.)
Full scans for viruses and such.
Thank you for your time, and if there is any other information I can supply just let me know. I appreciate it.