First W11 BSOD

Kari

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Esteemed BSOD geeks, please help me understand what happened.
 

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Hi Kari,

There were no dump files collected using DM.

It's a fresh installation: 06/29.

The BSOD was on 06/30.

For any BSOD please run V2:
 

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Had again the same BSOD, no minidump. Anyway, here's the V2 Log Collector ZIP.
 

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If there are no spontaneous dump files in the next 2 - 3 days then plan to use Windows Driver Verifier (WDV).

Continue running V2 for any BSOD.

The bugchecks were:
13A: KERNEL_MODE_HEAP_CORRUPTION
3B: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

The Windows RE is currently disabled and there are no restore points.

Windows RE can be enabled and restore points created before using the tool.
 
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In addition to the bugchecks noted by zbook there are also some Live Kernel crashes occuring. The two recent ones recorded are:
STOP 0x00000193: VIDEO_DXGKRNL_LIVEDUMP

No actual dump files were saved so we can't do any analysis but the system recovered so I suspect this is just a video glitch.

The usual reason for no BSOD dumps being saved is that these crashes happen very early in the boot process. Was that the case for your two crashes, the duration is 0 in each case

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Really early boot process BSODs are most often driver related. Trying some clean boot troubleshooting might help with the analysis:
 

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