Hello guys i have a bsod problem on ryzen 3 3200 with vega 8
Asrock b450m HDV r4.0 - newest bios version installed
16gb Patriot Steel - PVS416G320C6K
400Watt Bequit System Power 9 CM
240gb Crucial bx500 ssd
It is my Wifes PC, she just wanted to play sims 4, after a random amount of time in between 20-180min she get the bsod below it is always the same.
Need to say no random reboots or anything no crashes and resetted ram oder anything like that no problem in win10 install / chipset / graphics driver, no bsod or anything like this in windows it works quit fast no hook ups or anything that would tell me that it is the ram.
only issue i had so far i couldnt install origin and had to download visual redist c++ 2013 by hand x86 and x64 after that sims + origin worked atleast to the point it crashed.
What i tried:
Tested games like Counter-strike no problem at all (30+min on highest settings fullhd) will test more games later on!
Fresh installed newest Windows version via Stick, then Chipset then Recommended Driver alias 20.2.2 - mar5
Prime95 worked well for like 30+ minutes
Max HEAT CPU - 83° Avg - 77°
Max HEAT GPU - 52° Avg - 47°
Heavenly Benchmark - 60minutes+ no problem at all highest settings.
Heavenly benchmark for another hour no problem at all
Ram on 3200mhz + Ram on 2133mhz tested nothing changed.
Will test later mem86+ and try one ram kit at a time + i can use my gskill out of my computer and tell later on if it is maybe the ram.
Tested memtest86+ no problem at all no errors nothing on 2133mhz aswell as xmp activated on 3200mhz.
i really start to believe it is the driver of amd?! <-- now i start to believe it is sims4 need to test further<-- one day later i start to believe it is both sims 4 + amd driver 20.2.2 it is always the same bsod
will trial and error out every other game i got but so far, the system works super duper fine in every aspect without my irrational wife that only want sims 4 ;(
im quit save to say it is only in sims4 it is driving me really mad
Maybe u could help me out or pin point my problem, im hoping for ram cause i could check this the easiest way out later if not im kinda screwed.
Fixed it for now will hard test the setup now for 24h-48h
i did disable windows automatic driver update - via gpedid and windows + pause
uninstall the driver via ddu
reset driver to previous so it was basic driver again (watch out windows always tried to update driver on its own)
and really fast installed the newest amd driver.
fingers crossed u never ever read something from me then it works like a charm!
(i recognized as i was going back into windows that even i did disable the driver update windows did it again on its own so i had a vega8 driver after 1min or so booting into windows)
im really close to give up
Aida64 3h no problem at all
Prime95 1h no problem at all
Heavenly benchmark 3h no problem at all
changed my ram into her system (i have a b450m pro 4 my system works for the last 9months stable)
tried ram on 2133mhz / 2933 / 3200 same issue
put my ssd into her system same failure aswell
i think im sending back the cpu + mobo
start to believe this is the easiest way - last chance next 3 days.
need to say sims 3 aswell triggerd the same bsod yesterday.
Will test more games today fingers crossed it will crash also there.
Thank you whoever takes the time ;-)
Hi! This is a common issue in Asrock MoBos, please consider buying a new one. The issue can be fixed by downgrading the motherboard BIOS drivers from 3.70 to 3.30 or earlier. Ironically, for Asrock, the last 3.7 bios version is not recommended. For more information: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/720158/thread-stuck-in-device-driver-bsod-error-almost-dai...
Hope you can solve it
So pretty much what you need to do is:
Format windows completely
Run a DDU to completely erase previous drivers (Audio and APU)
> Now, go to you motherboard's site and download both the "AUDIO" and "APU + CHIPSET" drivers
> Now, install only them. DO NOT update or install any other drivers (obviously you can windows update previously from doing this).
The BSOD was being cause because AMD's newest drivers do not support ryzen.
O problema é no próprio SOFTWARE da AMD.
Pra resolver, é só fazer o seguinte:
Reinstalar o Windows do 0 (Excluir td)
rodar um DDU, pra limpar vestígios de drivers passados (limpar áudio e apu).
> Agora você vai baixar SOMENTE os drivers de "Áudio" e "CHIPSET + APU" diretamente no site da fabricante da placa mãe.
> Após instalar, é só você *Não atualizar* mais o software.
O problema era gerado por causa da própria amd (tanto o APU dos processadores Ryzen quando o Software Adrenalin) que está com bugs.