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Windows 7: BSOD Playing Starcraft 2 APC_INDEX_MISMATCH then SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPT

01 Aug 2018   #1
crimeanmech

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
BSOD Playing Starcraft 2 APC_INDEX_MISMATCH then SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPT

Received two BSOD's yesterday when playing Starcraft 2. First one I received was the APC. I then had trouble booting my machine back up but eventually got it back and decided to install all remaining windows updates.

Started Starcraft 2 up again and then received the system service exception BSOD.

I've since restored to 7/30 before I received the BSOD's. I had received a BSOD a couple weeks ago but I thought it was random and everything has been fine since.

I renamed the two dmp files as txt and uploaded them here along with a screenshot of the windows updates I had installed. I started experiencing the issues after the 1st 7/31 update which was the Windows Defender Antivirus.

I'm not sure of the exact Intel processor I have. I bought it locally and I'm not home obviously. I've been researching and the only thing I've seen is reference to two separate microsoft hotfixes and references to driver issues.

Any assistance would be really appreciated.

The text files don't appear to be readable. Any assistance uploading a dmp file would be helpful :) I've now uploaded a zip file with the two dumps and the update screenshot. Hopefully that'll work.




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03 Aug 2018   #2
philc43

Windows 10 Pro 64bit
 
 

Please follow the instructions given for BSOD Posting at the top.
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