I was going to post on here asking for help, but I think I found a solution. I thought I’d post in case anyone else encounters this problem.
I have a FW13 with 13th Gen Intel dual-booting Windows 11 and Debian 12. I was trying to setup an eGPU (Specifically, the Sonnet 750 with an AMD RX 6700 XT) and was getting these mysterious BSODs while playing Starfield.
The message on the BSOD was “PCI_CONFIG_SPACE_ACCESS_FAILURE,” which, as far as I could tell, was not a phrase that exists on the internet except for this Reddit post from two weeks ago. I saw some similar error messages on the Microsoft support forum and the Framework forum, such as " PCI_CONFIG_SPACE_ACCESS_VIOLATION." The frustrating part is normally these BSODs indicate what driver or program caused the error, but I had no other information in the error message and it wasn’t creating a Minidump file.
The most popular solution seemed to be to remove the old AMD driver with DDU and then manually install the latest AMD driver, which didn’t do anything.
The solution that finally worked for my was to disable Memory Integrity in the Core Isolation menu. Just do a Windows search for “Core Isolation” and it should pop up.
Not sure if this is a Framework issue or something specific to AMD + Windows.
Anyways, I hope that helps someone!