There were 4 bsod mini dump files that were debugged. There was no msinfo32 to troubleshoot. There was no dxdiag to troubleshoot. There were 3 misbehaving drivers identified: 1) bwcw10x64.sys (Killer Bandwidth Control Filter Driver) 2) Qcamain10x64.sys (Qualcomm Atheros Extensible Wireless LAN device driver) 3) VBoxNetLwf.sys (Oracle VirtualBox NDIS 6.0 Lightweight Filter Driver) To update drivers: Updating a driver: Perform the following test: Run memtest86+ version 5.01 for at least 8 runs. This may take many hours so plan to run it overnight. To perform a proper test it is done by passes and not by time.
Intel Graphics 4600 Drivers Windows 10. Tests need to be 8 or more passes otherwise there is a significant number of false negatives. A false negative is a pass when there is malfunctioning RAM. The computer has 32 GB of RAM.
Memtest86+ testing takes approximately 1 -2 hours /GB RAM If you cannot be without the computer for this duration of time you can test 1 RAM at a time in the same DIMM. Testing 1 RAM at a time though will not test dual channel capability of the DIMM/MB So test both at the same time is preferred. If there is just 1 error that is a fail and you can abort testing. Then test 1 RAM at a time in the same DIMM. Test each RAM for at least 8 passes. If both RAM pass when tested separately but fail when tested at the same time you will need to test the DIMM / MB by testing RAM in the next DIMM. When Memtest86+ has completed 8 or more runs use a camera or smart phone camera to take a picture and post an image into the thread.
Windows 10 is the latest version of the Microsoft Windows franchise. This article will talk about the infamous Blue Screen of Death’s Driver_Irql_Not_Less_Or_Equal (L1C63x64.sys) Error.
I have a Razer Blade Stealth (not the new one) QHD 256GB, it has already had some other problems, but thus far they were all software issues. I have experienced BSODs multiple times with different error messages and I believe I have fixed them. I have gotten DRiver_IRQL_Not_Less_Or_Equal (tcpid.sys) multiple times and finding out that its related to network drivers I downloaded the latest drivers for that (My network adapter according to device manger is Killer Wireless-n/a/ac 1535), I got those off the manufacturer's website. I've read that ndid.sys is also related to networking issues but I don't know what else I can do.