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Offline Angelika

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How to solve a constantly recurring BSOD? WINDOWS 7 64-BIT
All ways fail. RAM memory - all the time it shows that there were NO errors found. (MemTest86+), Windows Check Memory...
Problem with the driver.
Although this is not necessarily about this driver, just how the system's memory is managed.
The problem causes when the Chrome or Edge browser is running, this error occurs only once every day.

Also, "torturing" the tests does not indicate that any problem with memory, cpu, temperatures are super low.
Safe Boot /Disable Services, only Run Windows Services = not solved problem


20 GB RAM.

ANTIVIRUS NO INFECTION

CHKDSK /R /F = NO ERRORS.
SMART = NO PROBLEM. DISK GOOD STATUS
SFC /SCANNOW and SFC /VERIFYONLY = NO PROBLEM DETEC. 100% INTEGRIYY SYSTEM

Your computer is out of memory

« Last Edit: March 18, 2020, 08:55:07 AM by Angelika »

Offline Boggin

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The cbfs3.sys driver is related to EldoS and may be outdated.

However, from research, it can also be used maliciously by Trojans.

To ensure your machine is clean, boot into Safe Mode with Networking and run scans with the free ESET Online Scanner and AdwCleaner.

https://www.eset.com/uk/home/online-scanner/

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/

Let me know how you get on.
Tom.

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The file is not outdated, because this file has always existed from the beginning and there was never a problem.
And UAC enabled at a high level will never allow a computer infection, because I have never had such cases I have ever enabled et perfect security, and the ESET package and all "Windows Update" security up to date.
The problem seems to be rather that Chrome-based browsers are using too much virtual memory, even if you have a lot of physical memory.
The more physical memory you have, the more Chrome will use virtual memory C:\pagefile.sys, and that's true because the size increases when you run Chrome, Edge or Chromium or Opera.
I bought even more physical memory and an even bigger problem.
This problem does not occur in Firefox.

Set: Automatic pagefile size

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Then don't use those browsers - I get along fine with just IE.
Tom.