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LiveKernelEvent 141 + dwm.exe - appcrash - Kernelbase.dll

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Marialynne

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Nov 23, 2022
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Hello !

Thanks for this tutorial. I still really think the problem is with the graphic card : indeed, when the computer crashes it's for me like :

  • Fans from GPU goes at max speed
  • Monitor goes black as it's disconnected
  • I can still hear the game,
  • in multiplayer if I host a game other players can still play,
  • and even continue discussing on discord (vocal)
Which to my eyes means more a problem with my NVidia RTX 2060, especially since when I correct Voltage with the earlier tutorial, it helps a lot and I almost have no crashes. It seems there is still some drivers problem to the side (I think) but I already used DDU to put the last driver as a clean install while asking the driver to clean new install, soooo... It looks weird :
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Same driver version but not same date?

Knowing those characteristics, would you still recommand this Tutorial?

Thanks in advance ! :giggle:
 

Pyro

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Jan 12, 2019
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If you are still having issues you might want to do a complete refresh of Windows. It's nuclear, but if you go through and install all of your drivers before connecting to the internet: see this article - you may be able to sort out what issue you have. It's important to note that you should install all drivers before connecting the device to the internet and allowing Windows to auto-install drivers.

Valuing privacy is important, but there is nothing here that will give away your identity or anything of that sort. IP addresses reported are internal (Inside your network, everyone has a similar set of numbers), ComputerName's are shown but that does nothing either. The only people that can get your information from here are the site owners, you give them your location, device name, and other information just by logging onto the internet. :)
 

Marialynne

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Nov 23, 2022
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If you are still having issues you might want to do a complete refresh of Windows. It's nuclear, but if you go through and install all of your drivers before connecting to the internet: see this article - you may be able to sort out what issue you have. It's important to note that you should install all drivers before connecting the device to the internet and allowing Windows to auto-install drivers.

Valuing privacy is important, but there is nothing here that will give away your identity or anything of that sort. IP addresses reported are internal (Inside your network, everyone has a similar set of numbers), ComputerName's are shown but that does nothing either. The only people that can get your information from here are the site owners, you give them your location, device name, and other information just by logging onto the internet. :)
Windows reintall : Well I already did it, if you remember my first post I talked about it bc I remember there was even a specific order for installing driver.
But I can still try again, sometimes it helps.

For Privacy : I can clearly see the name of my city in the log, and some other minor things. If I can read it, you can read it too, so I need to censor it.
If you wonder where it is written it's in the DNS suffix, maybe you know that with some configuration it can happens. I always censor it so you're not suppose to find it in the ones I posted.

Thanks !
 
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