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Message 2024614 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 12:19:33 UTC - in response to Message 2024577.  

my guess is OS corruption or bad hard drive.
A dual (or multi) 12V rail power supply that is only being loaded on one 12V rail will also produce similar results if all that is being powered through the motherboard rail only (I've seen that happen all too often over the years and causing the same problems). ;-)

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Hard drive is new its a Samsung SSD 860 Pro. This machine was just build not too long ago with a clean new copy of Windows 10. Only thing I've did since was transfer the OS from a HDD to a SSD.
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Message 2024615 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 12:27:05 UTC

What's a good PSU brand that everyone uses?
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Message 2024617 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 12:31:29 UTC

You didn’t upgrade to AGESA 1.0.0.4 did you?
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Message 2024627 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 14:16:06 UTC - in response to Message 2024617.  

You didn’t upgrade to AGESA 1.0.0.4 did you?

no. :)
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Message 2024648 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 16:21:00 UTC - in response to Message 2024615.  

Look up "PSU tier list" in your favorite search engine. The top tiers are best.
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Message 2024659 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 17:21:17 UTC

I prefer EVGA PSU, you can get extended warranties and they offer cross shipping. They used to be really good about their RMA but I've found in the last few years the are starting to skimp. Corsair is also a brand I've used as well as Rosewill.
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Message 2024684 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 18:53:43 UTC
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I use the Corsair "Platinum" line. My Hackintosh, (iMac 18,3 Profile), is on the Corsair HX750i - 750 Watt PSU.

I'm powering an Intel i7-7700K, two Samsung 860 Pro 1TB SSDs. One for MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6, and one for Win7 Pro x64. Also have two GPUs, one MacVidCards' NVIDIA GTX-1070 8GB Card, and one EVGA GTX-1050.
Also have a Fenvi FV-T919 WiFi-AC & Bluetooth 4 PCI-e x1 Card.

The HX750i is completely modular.


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Message 2024697 - Posted: 23 Dec 2019, 19:30:38 UTC - in response to Message 2024648.  

Look up "PSU tier list" in your favorite search engine. The top tiers are best.
Btw, the latest and most updated list is at
PSU Tier List 4.0 rev. 6.5 on the LTT forums.
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Message 2024779 - Posted: 24 Dec 2019, 4:27:58 UTC
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Looks like I am the odd ball here preferring Seasonic PSUs due to their 12-year warranty on top of their line up. I had excellent experience with their support when I had to RMA one PSU recently. I kinda feel all premium PSUs are good, regardless the brand. While the price premium looks steep at first glance, once you factor in warranty, it's totally worth it.

Isn't the tier list mostly about features? I am sure many of them indicates good quality but I am a software developer and feature creep drives me nuts. :-P
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Message 2024819 - Posted: 24 Dec 2019, 11:58:42 UTC - in response to Message 2024779.  

Isn't the tier list mostly about features?
No, it's about quality and price to performance. My preferred brand is Seasonic as well, since they're always in the top lists. And the tier list mostly shows, what's in the lowest tier, replace quickly before it takes out all your hardware or your house.
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Message 2024935 - Posted: 25 Dec 2019, 15:56:31 UTC - in response to Message 2024697.  
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Look up "PSU tier list" in your favorite search engine. The top tiers are best.
Btw, the latest and most updated list is at
PSU Tier List 4.0 rev. 6.5 on the LTT forums.



Thanks just ordered one from that list. Hopefully this is the solution.

Thanks to all for suggestions. I would have never thought about the PSU being the issue.
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Message 2025014 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 1:12:17 UTC
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122519-7625-01.dmp 12/25/2019 8:06:53 PM ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY 0x000000be ffffa68d`ce7d2364 01000001`51e51021 fffff58a`e2c53960 00000000`0000000b win32k.sys win32k.sys+2364 Full/Desktop Multi-User Win32 Driver Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Microsoft Corporation 10.0.18362.535 (WinBuild.160101.0800) x64 ntoskrnl.exe+1c14e0 C:\Windows\Minidump\122519-7625-01.dmp 16 15 18362 905,436 12/25/2019 8:08:20 PM

ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+1e370c fffff801`70400000 fffff801`70eb6000 0x00ab6000 0x12dcb470 Microsoft® Windows® Operating System NT Kernel & System 10.0.18362.535 (WinBuild.160101.0800) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe
win32k.sys win32k.sys+2364 ffffa68d`ce7d0000 ffffa68d`ce85c000 0x0008c000 0x44fba745 9/3/2006 11:10:45 PM Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Full/Desktop Multi-User Win32 Driver 10.0.18362.535 (WinBuild.160101.0800) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\win32k.sys


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Message 2025018 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 1:19:41 UTC
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I got two cheap EVGA GT 710's to test and one of them still gives me BSOD on the B450 Gaming K4 (Ryzen 7 2700x) MB my AB350 Pro4 (Ryzen 5 1600x) doesn't give me a BSOD.
Have you swapped the video cards over to see if the fault moves across systems or not? Swapped the PSUs between systems to see if the fault moves across systems or not?
Checked for BIOS updates for the system with issues that address the issue in question?

Symptom 1: 0x000000BE error screen

This error is triggered when a driver tries to write on a read-only segment of your computer’s memory. If the system manages to identify the driver that caused the error, that driver is going to be mentioned near the STOP message on the Blue Screen of Death screen.

The most popular causes that can trigger this error:
•Faulty or corrupt device driver
•Incompatible firmware software
•Corrupt system services


If the driver responsible for the error can be identified, its name is printed on the blue screen and stored in memory at the location (PUNICODE_STRING) KiBugCheckDriver.



Troubleshoot blue screen errors


NB- while unrelated to your present issue, if you plan on using the video cards to process Seti work, the last working Win10 driver for using the SoG application is v431.60. Later drivers will result in some Arecibo WUs erroring out.
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Message 2025038 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 5:37:03 UTC - in response to Message 2025018.  

I got two cheap EVGA GT 710's to test and one of them still gives me BSOD on the B450 Gaming K4 (Ryzen 7 2700x) MB my AB350 Pro4 (Ryzen 5 1600x) doesn't give me a BSOD.
Have you swapped the video cards over to see if the fault moves across systems or not? Swapped the PSUs between systems to see if the fault moves across systems or not?
Checked for BIOS updates for the system with issues that address the issue in question?

Symptom 1: 0x000000BE error screen

This error is triggered when a driver tries to write on a read-only segment of your computer’s memory. If the system manages to identify the driver that caused the error, that driver is going to be mentioned near the STOP message on the Blue Screen of Death screen.

The most popular causes that can trigger this error:
•Faulty or corrupt device driver
•Incompatible firmware software
•Corrupt system services


If the driver responsible for the error can be identified, its name is printed on the blue screen and stored in memory at the location (PUNICODE_STRING) KiBugCheckDriver.



Troubleshoot blue screen errors


NB- while unrelated to your present issue, if you plan on using the video cards to process Seti work, the last working Win10 driver for using the SoG application is v431.60. Later drivers will result in some Arecibo WUs erroring out.


I haven't swapped everything. However, when I put the GTX in the other machine with the Ryzen 5 I get a BSOD. It doesn't get a BSOD without it. It works fine. So I assumed it was the GTX 1050 so I put a GT710 in the Ryzen 7 and I still get a BSOD. I'll put the new power supply in when I get it. Just ran Memtest again just to see....passed again. Then, I'll assume it's what your suggest.
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Message 2025039 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 5:43:30 UTC - in response to Message 2025038.  
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I haven't swapped everything. However, when I put the GTX in the other machine with the Ryzen 5 I get a BSOD. It doesn't get a BSOD without it. It works fine. So I assumed it was the GTX 1050 so I put a GT710 in the Ryzen 7 and I still get a BSOD. I'll put the new power supply in when I get it. Just ran Memtest again just to see....passed again. Then, I'll assume it's what your suggest.
When you've got one system that works, and another that doesn't, swapping things between them is generally the quickest way to find out what the problem is.
Although if the motherboards are the same brand, the issues with the GTX 1050 & the GT710 could very well be related to the BIOS. Either it's version, or settings relating to video cards and/or system memory. Hence the error related to writing to a non-writable section of memory.
If it is the power supply, the existing PSU must be extremely poorly for the load of a GT710 to cause issues.
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Message 2025040 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 5:46:00 UTC

Writing to non-system memory is probably a BIOS issue. You've not mapped the VGA space properly or something. Not normally needed on a single gpu system but look for Above 4G decoding setting in the BIOS and compare the BIOS settings between the working system and the non-working system.
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Message 2025066 - Posted: 26 Dec 2019, 13:10:39 UTC - in response to Message 2025040.  

Writing to non-system memory is probably a BIOS issue. You've not mapped the VGA space properly or something. Not normally needed on a single gpu system but look for Above 4G decoding setting in the BIOS and compare the BIOS settings between the working system and the non-working system.




Just updated the BIOS last night. From 3.21 to 3.40. Computer came back on no BSOD yet but It's not an every day occurrence. PSU arrives Friday. I'll put that in if I get a BSOD again. : )
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Message 2025192 - Posted: 27 Dec 2019, 14:37:46 UTC

Just received my PSU in the mail. I got a Corsair RM850x.... next BSOD it goes in. :)
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Message 2025744 - Posted: 31 Dec 2019, 20:34:50 UTC

BSOD today:

123119-7578-01.dmp 12/31/2019 2:09:34 PM KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED 0x0000001e ffffffff`c0000005 fffff802`5730e573 00000000`00000000 ffffffff`ffffffff SYMEFASI64.SYS SYMEFASI64.SYS+1ae573 x64 ntoskrnl.exe+1c14e0 C:\Windows\Minidump\123119-7578-01.dmp 16 15 18362 1,402,644 12/31/2019 2:10:58 PM



New power supply installed..... now I hope it stops so I can put my GTX 1050 back in.
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Message 2026009 - Posted: 2 Jan 2020, 13:03:49 UTC
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This Corsair RM850x is so quiet compared to the old one. I can barely hear my fan now most of the time. When I have Seti@home running it speeds up a little bit but nothing like before. And no BSOD for a few days now. :)
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