I have searched pretty extensively for a solution to this issue without resolve, so I was hoping that someone here could help me.
Problem: After having used my new PC since May of this year, I started get this BSOD STOP 0x000000F4 immediately after the Windows loading screen about a week ago. I run a dual boot between Linux and Windows, and Linux runs fine (what I'm typing on now).
To remedy I have tried the following:
To be clear, I cannot even get into Safe Mode. Apparently Windows was not configured to create minidumps upon realization of a BSOD, so I have no reasonable debug information to use to diagnose the issue. Even if I did, I'm not aware of any utility I can use on linux to look at windows symbol dumps.
As I said, I was running on this setup for about six months before this happened. Nothing has changed on either the hardware or software level.
Try checking your memory speed in BIOS - it could be set to a speed that doesn't match your actual memory. I had this problem with a P67 board. BIOS was setting the speed at 1333 but the memory was 1600. Failing that, try swapping the memory out for a different stick to try and rule out faulty RAM.
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