02-03-2020 10:44 PM
02-03-2020 10:44 PM
I've tried every variant of the new Micrsoft Edge, from Canary to the final release, and I get constant BSODs after just minutes of using it. I was wondering if anyone else was experiencing this issue. And what if anything you may have done to fix it.
02-03-2020 10:58 PM
02-03-2020 11:03 PM
Windows 10 Professional 64 bit.
Sounds like a hardware issue, but my PC performs perfectly until I use Edge chromium. Sometimes It will work for hours even days... then bam. Random BSODs. I've disabled hardware acceleration, disabled my AV and even run edge outside of sandbox with --no-sandbox switch. This very moment I'm using the latest beta edition and it's stable but I know it won't last.
02-03-2020 11:52 PM
02-04-2020 12:00 AM
Just ran who crashed. Also ran another dump analyzer. They all point to psched.dll, NtoKernel.Dll and hal.dll.
Not exactly helpful because those are built in operating system drivers. I can't simply update them. I've tried disabling Malwarebytes to see what impact that will have. So far the browser is stable. Not ideal, but at least I'll find out if my security software is the culprit.
02-04-2020 12:02 AM
Oh yeah, almost forgot. I'm running the new edge on 3 work computers and 3 home computers. The only system that is crashing is this one. My main gaming rig and most powerful system. I run Malwarebytes on all my systems and never ran into this problem.
02-04-2020 12:15 AM
02-04-2020 12:33 AM
02-04-2020 03:49 AM
Been putting the browser through its paces for over 3 hours now. No locks, no slowdowns, and no BSODs. Looks like updating the firmware did the trick. I'll use the beta a couple more days then install the official release if all remains stable.
The firmware was several versions behind. Weird that I was able to play games like the witcher 3, Sekiro, and Devil may Cry 5 at ultra settings with no hangs, but a browser bought my rig to a standstill.
02-04-2020 04:37 AM