Hello.A person on another forum checked my bluescreen sysnativefiles and told me this:
In that case, your safest bet is using the warranty to return it. A 0x80 is prone to be a hardware problem and some tests we might request to narrow things down could potentially void any warranty you have. Thus, the safest bet is returning it and requesting a replacement.
There's little information in the logs, this includes the crash dumps themselves.
This bugcheck happens rarely and there's little useful information to be found on the internet. This is indicative of how rare the bugcheck really is. I have found a few similar situations, but they all end up with the pc replaced because the crashes happen within the warranty period.
The bluescreen is: ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+4b376a fffff806`47600000 fffff806`48646000 0x01046000 0xc129b808 9/10/2072 1:39:36 PM PSHED.dll PSHED.dll+15b0 fffff806`451a0000 fffff806`451ba000 0x0001a000 0x4c55dc99 8/1/2010 9:44:09 PM Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Platform Specific Hardware Error Driver 10.0.19041.1 (WinBuild.160101.0800) Microsoft Corporation C:\WINDOWS\system32\PSHED.dl
Always when using YouTube or any browser,specifically when using YouTube,usually after 20-30 mins of use.When I m playing games it gives me no problems.The laptop is new and has a warranty for a year.I bought it through a reseller from the USA and I live in Italy.This is why returning it is confusing for me because since I have a warranty I should contact HP however I don't know the process and how long it would take to replace it.
The pc has no damages and works perfectly if we exclude the case above.
I can t attach the zip file on this forum,in case someone needs the files to check I can send it via email.
I tried different browsers,they all gave me the same problem...
-the drivers are all up to date,as well as windows update
-I dont have any non microsoft antivirus installed
-I have the original OS preinstalled on the pc,never changed it but resetted 3 times
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