Windows 10 Unexpected Rebooting from Bugcheck?


I built my own system about half a year ago and ever since I have had elusive issues that can't seem to be resolved. Windows 10 will unexpectedly restart or shutdown. Over time I have been able to use Event Viewer to understand that it either seems to be a driver related issue, system corruption, or an inconsistent power fluctuation.

Event Viewer states the following critical failure:

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.
The bugcheck was: 0x0000012c (0x00000000000e0126, 0xffffd00023dd4638, 0xffffd00023dd3e50, 0xfffff8012571d465).
A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: b0037c72-96e1-4950-b673-51d4e92a782f.

I have run a check to repair the system drives and SFC states that errors were found, but could not be repaired. Please see the attached CBS log for more information.

Does anyone have an idea as to what this issue is and how to isolate what is causing my system to unexpectedly restart or shutdown?

Attachments: 1) Dxdiag for full system information. 2) Event Viewer listing occurrence of critical failure 3) Secondary occurence of critical failure 4) CBS Memory Log recording results of SFC scan.

asked on Super User Jun 13, 2016 by sensitivestoic • edited Jun 13, 2016 by magicandre1981

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