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BSOD in P3D v5!

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This is the second time it's happened. Not sure why but i get the dreaded BSOD this time, is there a way to find out the cause? Because on the Windows 10 BSOD it shows a percentage that it's saving or writing some file. Possibly a crash log? Perhaps I can see what the cause of the crash was?


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Blue Screen crashes usually force a memory dump.

BSODs are overwhelming caused by hardware or low-level software errors (drivers, operating system).  On the hardware side, it could be an actual hardware failure or an unstable overclock.


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Try this, should give you an easy overlock of your BSOD dumps, what could have caused it; https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

And it's rare that a game, a piece of software or something like that would be the core cause of the BSOD. As said, It's usually attributed to an unstable overclock, problematic drivers, OS level issues etc. 


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This is what it shows

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First I am not a computer systems expert, but seeing that you are using DDR3 memory when P3dv5 recommendation calls for DDR4 might have something to do with it(P3dv5 system-requirements). I could be wrong about this but it is worth looking into. I feel that 32Gb of DDR3 should be fine, but then again, I am not an expert..I am only suggesting this because ntoskrnl.exe seems to have something to do with memory management. Did you have this issue with P3dv4.5

If you are overclocked, try reducing to default settings and test.

Try re-seating memory in slots, try different slots and with just 16GB.   


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Out of curiosity, which Nvidia drivers are you running Captain?


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at the time of the crash i was using 445.87, now i am using 445.95. I don't recall having BSOD in P3D v4.

My memory is maxed out with all 4 slots used.

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Assume you mean .98? Because that would have been my suggestion. I actually also saw almost an identical BSOD all of a sudden, whilst playing another game and I can't even recall the last time I had a BSOD. This BSOD was about 2 days after I had my PC go completely unresponsive and black screen, whilst audio was still playing fine in the background. Found a lot of feedback on the latest drivers with people experiencing the latter issue. So something was going on with the drivers I suspected. 

After using the .98 hotfix, everything has been fine. 

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Yes, 445.98 sorry. I think I had one crash on 445.87 and another one on 445.98. Will have to do more testing.


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