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  1. Hello sorry for the delay. I've been testing my system and I managed to get rid of the issues by performing a clean install of my system. I found that I was getting two types of crashes, the first caused by Malwarebytes (mwac.sys) and my network adapter driver. I wasn't too sure what the second one was being caused by (My screen would freeze with audio still being played whenever I had a game running on one monitor and a full screened video on my second monitor) and it wasn't showing up in my crash logs. I ran memtest86+, Furmark, and Prime95 and had no issues, which led me to believe it
  2. Hello @1PW, I've just checked my BIOS settings and the date/time is correctly set. My Windows 10 date/time is also correctly set. My CMOS battery is also correctly installed. What do you think could be the issue?
  3. · OS - Windows 10 x64 · OEM purchased· Age of system (hardware) - 1 month old (CPU, MB), 2 years old (GPU, Power Supply)· Age of OS installation - 1 month old· CPU - AMD Ryzen 3700x· Video Card - MSI GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition· MotherBoard - ROG Crosshair VII Hero (WIFI)· Power Supply - EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 80PLUS Gold Certified 750W· Desktop SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip
  4. Hello, I recently rebuilt my pc with a new CPU and motherboard. As with any rebuild, I reset my PC and reinstalled all my programs, Malwarebytes and Bitdefender included. I've recently been getting multiple BSODs such as, BAD_POOL_CALLER, KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED, KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE. I've already tried updating all my drivers via driver booster and have also added Malwarebytes and Bitdefender to their respective firewall and antivirus exception lists. Would most definitely appreciate some assistance with these issues.
  5. Wanted to share that I was facing the exact same bsod issue and plb4333's post helped solve the issue.
  6. It seems like the problem has gone away. Turns out my BitDefender was having some issues with updating and that was somehow affecting my system. After I fixed that everything seems to be working normally. Thanks everyone for the help!
  7. Thanks for the help! I've also rerun FRST and MB check. mb-check-results.zip
  8. So it just crashed again with the same BSOD error code. Same as before, turned on my computer after not using it for more than 12 hours, opened chrome and it crashed. When it restarted my usb keyboard wouldn't work but my mouse would work, so I restarted it again and now everything is ok. Regarding PIA, I would only connect to it when I need to use the VPN, otherwise it remains off. It doesn't connect on startup and I'm using their client.
  9. I'm constantly getting BSODs with the error BAD_POOL_CALLER. It usually happens when I start up my computer and open Chrome. I ran WhoCrashed and it's telling me that it's probably caused by mwac.sys and ntoskrnl.exe. mb-check-results.zip
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