No - thanks for spending so much time on my problem
things are still much better than before - but within the last two days I still got 1 random restart, just when shutting down Windows.
Remember - the last dump I sent was a memory error. Please find enclosed the dump of the recent restart. After the restart I did NOT get the message that my system reboots after a severe error. As far as I remember, you have the opinion that this mostly occurs on a hardware defect.
After this restart I replaced the memory - just in case it was faulty. I will keep an eye on this problem, but could you please clarify what was the reason for this restart.
Thanks a lot.
Your minidump crashes with memory corruption. The owning process is Probe2.exe. It has a bugcheck of 0A.
Uninstall Probe2.exe and see if your crashes stop. If you really need this programme, check for any updates/patches etc.
The application is ASUS Probe 2, the system monitor from the mainboard. I've never had problems with this program.
Could this crash also result from faulty RAM ?
Thanks - Daniel
That is possible, but since you`ve only had one crash recently, I suspect it might be software related.
Hmm ... thanks a lot. I'm a bit confused, because I previously had a restart that was related to memory corruption (the dump you analyzed earlier this week). And, with that memory (Aeneon) Memtest86+ showed an error once - but only once.
The new memory I have is a little bit more expensive (10 EUR = 7 GBP), but from Corsair and did not have one single error with Memtest86+ within 8 passes.
I think I'll go on the safe side and keep the Corsair memory, unless Probe2.exe causes another restart. Then I'll change my mind
Thanks for your help and have a nice weekend