Solved Random BSOD multiple times in a row


Inory

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Recently my PC has been having random BSODs from time to time, and each time I'm doing something different.

Each time the BSODs happen multiple times in a row, and BSOD -> Restart -> BSOD -> Restart will return to normal after repeated multiple times.

At first I used sfc /SCANNOW and Dism to check the system files, and detected corruption, so I suspected that there was a problem with the hard drive, so I replaced the system disk with a new KOXIA SE10 SSD, but the problem still exists, so the system file corruption should be cause by the BSOD.

Then I ran MemTest86 and it passed 4 rounds without error, and it also passed 4 rounds when I assembled the system (3/‎18/‎2024).

All the hardware is under warranty, except for the RAM which is Corsair RAM from an old machine, so it should also have a permanent warranty.
I use an AIO cooler and opened the side panel of the case, so heat dissipation should not be an issue
So this should not be a hardware problem.

I now suspect the software Netlimter 5 and Clash Verge Rev,
Clash Verge Rev is my must-have software, I can't live without it, and I didn't find any BSOD reports on Github and it doesn't install drivers, so it shouldn't be caused by it?

I also briefly checked the dump and used windbg to run !program and found that it was caused by a different program each time, so I think it is not very accurate. My shallow knowledge can't support me to continue debugging. I have adjusted the dump type to automatic memory dump, but the dump file size it generates is still 2MB. I hope it will not affect the diagnosis.

I have set the system language to English for several days, but the logs collected by the v2 log collector are still partially in Chinese. I can't do anything about it, sorry.

Please help me, thank you very much!

log collector by V2 log collector: 16.96 MB folder on MEGA
 
Windows Build/Version
Edition Windows 11 Pro Version 23H2 Installed on ‎3/‎18/‎2024 OS build 22631.3527 Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22700.1003.0
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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    DIY
    CPU
    Intel 14600KF
    Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A GAMING WIFI D4
    Memory
    8G + 16G + 8G + 16G Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2666Mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    AORUS GeForce RTX™ 3080 MASTER 10G (rev. 2.0)
    Sound Card
    Onboard ALC4080
    Monitor(s) Displays
    KTC M27P20 144hz HDMI2.1
    Screen Resolution
    3480*2160
    Hard Drives
    KIOXIA-EXCERIA PRO SSD 1000.2 GB *System driver
    KIOXIA-EXCERIA PRO SSD 2000.3 GB
    TOSHIBA-TR150 120.0 GB
    WDC WUS721010ALE6L4 10000.8 GB
    WDC WUS721010ALE6L4 10000.8 GB
    ST3000DM008-2DM166 3000.5 GB
    PSU
    Antec HCG 1000 Gold
    Case
    Gamemax ti60 Full Tower Case
    Cooling
    VALKYRIE A360W AIO water cooler
    Keyboard
    mircosoft bluetooth keyboard
    Mouse
    logitech G PRO
    Internet Speed
    300Mbps
    Browser
    Chrome Edge
    Antivirus
    Window Defender
    Other Info
    NetLimiter v5.3.10.0
    https://github.com/clash-verge-rev/clash-verge-rev v1.6.1
    https://github.com/zhongyang219/TrafficMonitor v1.84.1+LibreHardwareMonitorLib v0.9.3
I also briefly checked the dump and used windbg to run !program and found that it was caused by a different program each time, so I think it is not very accurate.
Do you mean !process? Yes, it will potentially be different each time since it simply returns the last process context, it doesn't indicate what caused the crash, despite what many tutorials or videos might suggest.

It seems that the crashes are being caused by NetLimiter. I would suggest that you remove the program completely and then ensure that the nldrv.sys isn't being loaded afterwards by using the following command from command prompt:

Code:
reg query HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\nldrv /v Start

It should either not exist or have a value of 0x4.
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 11, Windows 10, Linux Fedora Cinnamon
Do you mean !process? Yes, it will potentially be different each time since it simply returns the last process context, it doesn't indicate what caused the crash, despite what many tutorials or videos might suggest.

It seems that the crashes are being caused by NetLimiter. I would suggest that you remove the program completely and then ensure that the nldrv.sys isn't being loaded afterwards by using the following command from command prompt:

Code:
reg query HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\nldrv /v Start

It should either not exist or have a value of 0x4.
Thanks for your help, I made a typo, it was !process.

It seems that NetLimiter is causing the blue screen, and it seems that the driver works even when I don't have NetLimiter running.
I actually want to continue using NetLimiter, anyway I will report the error to them.

Thanks again.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    DIY
    CPU
    Intel 14600KF
    Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A GAMING WIFI D4
    Memory
    8G + 16G + 8G + 16G Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2666Mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    AORUS GeForce RTX™ 3080 MASTER 10G (rev. 2.0)
    Sound Card
    Onboard ALC4080
    Monitor(s) Displays
    KTC M27P20 144hz HDMI2.1
    Screen Resolution
    3480*2160
    Hard Drives
    KIOXIA-EXCERIA PRO SSD 1000.2 GB *System driver
    KIOXIA-EXCERIA PRO SSD 2000.3 GB
    TOSHIBA-TR150 120.0 GB
    WDC WUS721010ALE6L4 10000.8 GB
    WDC WUS721010ALE6L4 10000.8 GB
    ST3000DM008-2DM166 3000.5 GB
    PSU
    Antec HCG 1000 Gold
    Case
    Gamemax ti60 Full Tower Case
    Cooling
    VALKYRIE A360W AIO water cooler
    Keyboard
    mircosoft bluetooth keyboard
    Mouse
    logitech G PRO
    Internet Speed
    300Mbps
    Browser
    Chrome Edge
    Antivirus
    Window Defender
    Other Info
    NetLimiter v5.3.10.0
    https://github.com/clash-verge-rev/clash-verge-rev v1.6.1
    https://github.com/zhongyang219/TrafficMonitor v1.84.1+LibreHardwareMonitorLib v0.9.3
It seems that NetLimiter is causing the blue screen, and it seems that the driver works even when I don't have NetLimiter running.
It will do since drivers will be implemented as their own service in most cases which is why I mentioned about checking wherever the driver is disabled or not.

I actually want to continue using NetLimiter, anyway I will report the error to them.
Okay good, they're the ones who will be able to actually resolve the issue with that driver. Please make sure that you provide them with the dump files as well. In the meantime, you could disable the Netlimiter driver using the following from command prompt:

Code:
sc config nldrv start= disabled

You'll need to reboot the machine for the changes to take effect.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11, Windows 10, Linux Fedora Cinnamon
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