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    See post #109. Here you have an archive containing all microcodes from AMD and Intel. You simply decompress it then run Install.bat file as admin.
     
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    I got it. Thanks mate. Let see how this goes.
     
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    Hey mate, I got some more BDOS page fault in nonpaged area.
     
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    So, what's the page file size and RAM size?
     
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    mine has 16gb ram and 16gb page file.
     
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    Decrease that to 1024 MB by setting the same value for min and max.
    Additionally disable hibernate too, open cmd in elevated mode and type:
    powercfg -h off
     
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    Good morning mate, I just have another crash, instead of showing the BSOD, mine restart immediately.
     
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    Did Windows boot correctly? If so, Use BSOD view from nirsoft to identify the issue, most likely its your RAM or some other hardware component.
     
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    Yes, os boot normally but I can not catch that crash because it not recorded as when the BSOD disappears. And also I believe the problem is not ram because in the past I tested these with 20 passes in memtest
     
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