BSOD & Trainer Crash Issue!

Hi guys, sadly, I am having problems with Wemod. Regardless of the trainer I use, at some point, I get a BSOD. Add crashes and freezes to that and I’m not having fun.


My PC:

CyberPowerPC (Custom) - Running Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Intell Core i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz (12 CPUs)
32 gigs of RAM
DirectX 12
Dual (x2) 8gig NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Graphics Cards

Fully updated drivers and using the latest versions of all apps.

I use McAfee Multi-Access for security and have made sure that Wemod is not being blocked. Turning it off does not affect the results I am getting.

I have more than enough under the hood to play any game. Yet, whenever I play a game with Wemod, it’ll blue screen at random. This problem is not game-specific.

However, I have different issues, depending on the game being played. I am currently attempting to play several games including:

Cyberpunk 2077 - causes BSOD every time.

The Outer Worlds - causes BSOD every time.

Dragon Age Inquisition - no BSOD. However, it doesn’t necessarily keep going long enough to get a blue screen. Whenever I activate trainer features like Influence, Power Points, or Inquisition Perks, the game freezes/crashes. Kicking me to desktop and leading to a system reboot before I am able to continue.

I need to figure out what is causing the BSOD’s.

Any ideas?

Need more information?

Thanks ahead of time for your help.

And this happens only when using WeMod? The games play just fine without?

When a BSOD occurs there should be some clues it provides in the “stop code”. It’ll usually be in all caps and often say something like “PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGE_AREA” (which points to memory) or the wonderfully-cryptic “IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL”. This can be your first clue in isolating the issue. If the stop-code seems hardware-related, the first thing to try would be updating (or even rolling back) drivers, for example. What does yours say?

When Windows BSODs it usually also dumps memory. I believe the default is a minidump these days and they get rotated so that your system disk doesn’t fill up (you’ll find them under \Windows\Minidump). Investigating these at a useful level is best left to developers, but even a layman can sometimes glean some interesting clues by opening them up with something like WhoCrashed.

Hey I’m having a similar problem while playing sekiro whenever I quit the game its either that I get a bluescreen or if I force quit wemod before the blue screen does occur my computer freezes up and doesn’t respond to anything forcing me to restart. And I’m also using the most recent version of wemod so it doesn’t have any bugs. If you have any advice on what I should do it would be appreciated.

But why necromance a dead 2 year old thread that’s about a version of WeMod that was phased out and no longer exists? :man_facepalming:

(PS, BSOD is commonly caused by hardware issues. Or not meeting the specs to run the game, commonly running out of RAM, so the computer dumps the memory (aka BSOD) to try and prevent permanent damage to the hardware).