I am a developer and recently bought this machine for just that purpose. I am not a Gamer.
I allowed MS to update this machine to Windows 11 because my clients are moving to that OS. Since 11, I have gotten a lot of BSOD (Stop Codes). At first I was not too concerned since I knew it would take a while to locate the latest drivers. But I have checked everything and have stripped the machine down to vanilla out of the box. The only thing connected that was not in the box are the monitors, both 27 inch HPs and an 500 GB SSD card and a (Logitech) BRIO 4K Camera.
Today I tried to update my development environment (Rad Studio Ent). It is about 4GB. About 80% through the process, the OS crashes with a Stop Code of PFN_LIST_CORRUPT. This has happened 4 times in a row!!!
I've included the DumpStack log in case anyone might see something useful.
This has to be corrected soon. This is how I feed my kids.
Please post a screenshot of bluescreenview: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluescreenview-x64.zip
Should provide more information on the issue. We'll see what that can tell us, but we may request the minidump files.
You upgraded to Windows 11 immediately, correct? Just trying to verify if the system was unstable out of the box, or if the upgrade may have created the instability.
With the peripherals. Is there anything else to note there? As an example, do the monitors have a built in USB hub?
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