[EDIT] I see now I posted this in the wrong area of the forums. SORRY! If someone could move this to the BSOD section I would appreciate it.[/EDIT]
I built this PC three, maybe four, months ago now and haven't had many issues with it after initial troubleshoot on the build. Had to use some old hardware in this rig until I can get enough money to finish it. But now, my (maybe) once a month BSOD is becoming a more regular thing.
As you can see, it started out rarely enough but it's getting way, way more frequent. I began further investigation today at around 4am and found a few tools I didn't know existed, including SFC and DISM. SFC returns that I have a corrupt file, and it is irreparable. "opencl.dll" is the file. I found a download on dll-files and tried replacing it manually, but that does nothing for the SFC scan, and I've had BSOD since. I downloaded Win10 TechBench from Microsoft and mounted it, and used option 3 from image_health.cmd. While unmounting, I got BSOD again. As I type this, my SFC /scannow finished, found 1 file(opencl.dll), and replaced it from store properly this time.
Since I can't really duplicate the functions that caused the BSOD, I'm wondering if anyone has any other advice for me? I'd like to be able to check this under 'solved'.
I am attaching the Dump Collector zip. As far as what I'm doing when these BSOD's occur - it ranges from playing a video game, watching videos on YouTube, reading through forums, or even unmounting an .iso as it did just a couple hours ago.