Please help: BSOD - DRIVER_OVERRAN_STACK_BUFFER

  BumbleBee85 02:16 17 Jun 2017
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Hi,

so while I'm gaming (especially newer games / games that need more hardware power) I'm getting random bluescreens (mainly DRIVEROVERRANSTACKBUFFER or PFNLIST_CORRUPT) and I have tried everything to fix it. Sometimes it works perfectly for 3hours, no bluescreens, and sometimes it just randomly happens after 1h of gaming. It's so hard to find what causes it. Reinstalled Windows, didn't fix it. Checked my RAM with MemTest, no errors. Changed my RAM, didn't fix it. Used the verifier to check my drivers, all stable there. Scanned my harddrive, nothing seems to be wrong. Updated all drivers, changed nothing. Got the newest BIOS, still all the same.

I uninstalled my Razer mouse software (Razer Synapse) since it apparently caused Bluescreen for some people, didn't fix it either.

My hardware: Intel 2500k, 8GB DDR3 RAM, ASRock P67 Extreme4, GTX 770, 250GB SSD (+3 HDDs)

My PC temperatures aren't the best, but it's still under 70°C while gaming, so I don't think that triggers the bluescreens.

Do you guys have any other ideas? I'm so frustrated...would be thankful for any kind of help! Thanks in advance, for reading this!

  BumbleBee85 02:20 17 Jun 2017

Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that I use Windows 10. Here's the link to a pic for Bluescreen details from the minidump file: click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:25 17 Jun 2017

right click start - Command prompt (admin) 0r Powershell admin if you have creator update version of win 10

type

bcdedit /deletevalue {badmemory} badmemorylist

press enter

Start - power - Restart

see if that helps.

  BumbleBee85 18:56 17 Jun 2017

Hello Fruit Bat,

thanks for your answer! I've just tried that, unfortunately my badmemorylist is empty so the command didn't work. Here's a screenshot:

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