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Possible Win10 2019-07 CU + nVidia + PD problem
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optodata
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I just installed the latest nVidia driver (v431.36) today, and so far I've had 2 BSODs when using PD17 v17.6.0.3004. The crash was Kernel Mode Heap Corruption (13a), and in each case, the WinDbg debugging app shows that the faulting module was "nvlddmkm.sys"

I've now done a clean install of v430.86 (which had run for a month+ without any crashes), so that may be a workaround if anyone else is experiencing this issue.

EDIT: I have changed the name of this thread because the problem also occurred with the 430.86 driver, and only the only significant change was the two Windows Updates of July 9 - one for 1903 x64 systems [KB45067453] and one for .NET Framework 3.5 & 4.8 [KB4506991]

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No issues for me, been running since 431.36 was released, no BSODs.

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Thanks for posting.

I think it may actually be related to the Win10 2019-07 Cumulative Updates that came out on July 9, because I did a clean install of 430.86 after I posted and within a day I got another BSOD when using PD (for PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA with nvlddmkm.sys).

3 days ago, I restored a system image made before the 2 Win10 CUs came out and put the updates on hold. I haven't had any issues since then, even though I've been using PD extensively since. I'm going to install 431.36 this evening and see if BSODs come back.

I've updated the title of this thread to better reflect what I've experienced. I imagine that it's something specific to my system since nobody else has reported anything similar.

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Quote I think it may actually be related to the Win10 2019-07 Cumulative Updates that came out on July 9,

Been running with that since 7/11 after patch Tuesday update push, no issues either.

Must be something a little more localized to your platform.

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