12 Replies Latest reply on Oct 9, 2017 1:27 PM by KaiserKobayashi

    ASUS Z170 Gaming Pro and i5 6600 IOCAgent Error with BSODs

    KaiserKobayashi

      The BSODs started appearing like a month ago but have increased in frequency ever since. At first BSOD happened when a game was played and I opened a browser. I tried reinstalling all the drivers, today I installed a fresh Windows 10, bit the BSODs are even more frequent.

       

      The errors in eventvwr I believe are causing it are as follows:

       

      2017-09-27 18:16:52,662 [7] ERROR ProviderManager.SecurepayBcaProvisioner - Exception during BCA-SGX provisioning

      System.Runtime.InteropServices.SEHException (0x80004005): External component has thrown an exception.

         at Intel.Pabe.Factor.SgxProvider.AbortProvision(SgxProvider* , UInt32 )

         at BCAXInterface.SgxProvider.Provision(String provisionUrl, String providerUrl)

         at ProviderManager.SecurepayBcaProvisioner.<>c__DisplayClass16_0.<StartProvisioningAsync>b__0()

       

      BSOD:

      ==================================================

      Dump File         : 092717-6875-01.dmp

      Crash Time        : 27-Sep-17 6:15:12 PM

      Bug Check String  : MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION

      Bug Check Code    : 0x0000009c

      Parameter 1       : 00000000`00000000

      Parameter 2       : fffff802`cc71cba0

      Parameter 3       : 00000000`00000000

      Parameter 4       : 00000000`00000000

      Caused By Driver  : hal.dll

      Caused By Address : hal.dll+39b9d

      File Description  :

      Product Name      :

      Company           :

      File Version      :

      Processor         : x64

      Crash Address     : ntoskrnl.exe+16bfd0

      Stack Address 1   :

      Stack Address 2   :

      Stack Address 3   :

      Computer Name     :

      Full Path         : C:\Windows\Minidump\092717-6875-01.dmp

      Processors Count  : 4

      Major Version     : 15

      Minor Version     : 15063

      Dump File Size    : 361,228

      Dump File Time    : 27-Sep-17 6:16:32 PM

      ==================================================

       

      I reinstalled the recommended chipset from Intel's website, running the SetupChipset.exe, but it does not help. I reinstalled all the drivers I found on Asus' website as well.

       

      What can be the cause? Is it the CPU?