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Windows 7: BSOD pagefault in nonpaged area 0x00000050 ntoskrnl.exe+75bc0

04 Jan 2015   #121

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

You're more than welcome.

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04 Jan 2015   #122
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

I have read through this complete thread again and I think it's time to start with square one.
Lets get back to basics.

Things I have noticed.

1. Lot of video things installed. Programs and hardware.
Recommend removing all externals except mouse, keyboard, monitor. If possible disconnect from all routers and switches. No T.V.s, Xbox ect. Remove all video programs like HD-Homerun,
Something is causing you video card errors and it doesn't seem like it the video cards or drivers.

2. Post #2 you state you have a monitor sleep problem and I don't see where that problem was taken care of.
Put all sleep, hibernation, power savings to (never)

3.Panda is a no no at this time. You state you have remove it. Well maybe. Their still can be some things hanging around like it's Cloud program. That need to be double checked.

4. You state you have a problem with Volume Shadow Copy. Post #65.
I don't see where that problem was solved.

5. You state you have changed the power supply. If those power supplies are modular did you use the matching power supply cables or just change the power supplies and not the cables.

6. You state you replaced the motherboard. Are you positive that their are not extra standoffs.
No mater how many time you change the motherboard, if their is a extra standoff you got problems.

If it was my computer I would also be frustrated so I would start over with nothing but the mouse, keyboard, monitor and internet hooked up.
No X-Box other drives, printers, T.V., hubs of any kind ect.

1. I would verify that all hardware is installed properly, (again) Do not hook up other drives at this time. Just the ssd to install Windows on. Lets keep it basic and simple.

2. Install Windows 7 again plus all updates. Windows 7 rarely need drivers updated when installing. It's pretty much driver complete. Read the forum tutorial on how to do it to make sure no steps are missed.

3. Install MSE only and all updates.

4. Then I would post another MGADiag log and request Noel to have a look to verify their is not problems. Noel is one of our experts on such things.

5. At that time I would start adding hardware one at a time and running the computer and see if problems happen. At this time I would stay away from USB hubs, and X-Boxes and Switches of any kind. Lets keep it simple.

6. Now I would run the ssd tool box and make sure the firmware is up to date and run the optimizer to verify things are okay.

At this time your system should be a fresh properly installed hardware and operating system with the ssd set as it should be. MSE installed. Don't do anything inside Windows to change memory setting, VSS settings. Have all your Sleep, Hibernatin, and power savings to Never. You can always change things later. Lets keep it simple at this time.

Now use your system for a few days and see if problems arise.
If no problems arise start adding things one at a time and test. Monitor the temps at all times.
This is the only way I know of at this time to isolate the problem.

Note #1:
With pen and paper make notes of what you have done, when and results.

Note #2:
It's hard for me to believe that at this time it's bad hardware if it was installed properly. It has been tested too many times and passed.

Note #3:
Don't hate me for all this extra work but it is what I would do if it was my computer.

Personal note:
The steps that Steve has guided you through should of pointed to your problem.
Many are the same step I would of used. Why the real ugly duckling hasn't been found with all the test and new hardware I really don't know.
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05 Jan 2015   #123

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Hi Layback Bear, thank you for taking a look at the thread, and for your suggestions. I agree, a step-by-step approach with me keeping track of all changes makes good sense. To answer a few of your questions, I do have a clean install now since Panda was previously installed, so there is no remnant of that, only MSE. Since that most recent clean install (about 4 days ago when I installed the new SSD), I've had no VSS errors, and I've only had it on no sleep. Monitor has been waking just fine as well.

I will look at the standoffs again to be sure, but pretty confident they are fine.

New power supply is modular and yes I used all matching cables with the new supply.

I have a full work week starting in the morning, so it may be slow going, but I'll try to start tackling everything tomorrow.
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05 Jan 2015   #124

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

stavesacre03, The suggestions made by Layback Bear are excellent suggestions and I would double check each one. I would also like you to try one more thing. Please go to add/remove programs and post a screenshot (Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums) of all the programs you have installed so we can see if there is any software causing your problems. If it takes more than 1 screenshot, that is no problem. Also, please post a screenshot of Disk Management. This will tell you how. We want to see the upper and lower part of the screenshot. Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image
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05 Jan 2015   #125

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

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05 Jan 2015   #126

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

stavesacre03, the first thing I notice is you have Nvidia PhysX installed, but no Display driver. You also have drive G and drive E as marked Active. They should not be active. Although it does not show on your screenshot, It doesn't look likr drive F is marked active.

Please reinstall your Nvidia Drivers using this method NVIDIA Drivers - Avoid Problems. I'm not sure how that can happen as the display driver is not an option you can de select. You have to have a display driver installed.

Also, please mark Drive G and E as inactive. This will tell you how. Partition - Mark as Inactive If you need further instructions, please let me know. It is pretty simple. But, be careful and do nothing to drive C or the System Reserved. If you mark System Reserved inactive, you will not boot.
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05 Jan 2015   #127
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

Why is drive D & G Active?

A Clean Install does not have all that stuff installed like you show in you post #125.

When you get time I recommend a Clean Install with out adding all that stuff.
Back to basics.

What mouse and keyboard are you using??
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05 Jan 2015   #128

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Hi guys, first off I'm not sure why drives D and G were active. This has been changed.

Regarding Nvidia physx, that automatically installed when I added Steam or Furmark or one of those (there was no uncheck option). I have an AMD card and only those display drivers.

Layback Bear, I haven't had a chance to do the clean install since you recommended last night. I have a Logitech wireless keyboard that is fairly old. mouse is wired usb Tt Esports Theron.

Edit: keyboard is model y-rj20. I would guess it is about 10 years old, but never had any problems.
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05 Jan 2015   #129

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

Yea, my bad about the Nvidia driver. I guess I'm not awake yet.
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05 Jan 2015   #130

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit

Hi Steve. :)

My I suggest stavesacre03 to use 13.12 WHQL as a test?

Some R9 cards run fine with this driver, and with a 14.something beta, I forgot the build number but Derek must know it.

If it runs well with either of these two drivers, it will be good.
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