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Although you have installed Windows, I would like to try a method that is related to the software so we can immediately determine if it is a hardware or software problem.
Please try the following:
- Open taskmanager
- Go to the tab startup
- disable everything
- Search msconfig and open it
- Go to the tab services
- Check 'hide microsoft services'
- Uncheck all other services
- Click apply and click ok
- Reboot if asked
See if the problem persist, if the problem does not persist enable in the startup tab in taskmanager 1 item and in the services tab in msconfig also 1 service, reboot and see if the problem persist. Keep doing this until you find the culprit or there is nothing left.
If the problem still persist, try booting in safe mode and see if the problem still persist.
If even in safe mode you still get crashes, it means a hardware problem.
Usually it would be a hard drive causing problems, but it could also be the CPU.
If the hard drive has problems, the data cannot be read properly from the hard drive which could cause a process to not function properly as the data could be corrupted or something.
If the CPU has problems, it cannot execute the data properly which relates to a process missing data.
HDD & SSD TEST
Run SeaTools to check the integrity of your HDD. SeaTools for DOS and Windows - How to Use - Windows 7 Help Forums
Do not run SeaTools on an SSD as the results will be invalid.
Run chkdsk Disk Check - Windows 7 Help Forums
Run Prime95 to stress test your CPU. Prime95 - Stress Test Your CPU - Windows 10 Forums
If you're overclocking anything, please stop it and set everything back to default while troubleshooting
Your CPU temperatures will rise quickly while under this stress test. Keep a keen eye on them and abort the test if overheating occurs.