Hello there! I upgraded from a fairly old install of Windows 7 (Installed 8/2011) to Windows 10 on 7/21, and have had a series of intermittent blue screens and have been spending the last week or so trying to self-diagnose and see if I could come up with a solution using Windbg to look at the crash logs, but I really wasn't able to discern too much from the information.
The list of BSOD 'reasons' I was able to remember were:
So far, I have gone through and checked to see if I had any incompatibilities with drivers (My webcam controller from Logitech needed to be refreshed and such) as well as running 'Advanced SystemCare 9' to "Optimize my PC" -- something that was suggested on another site for similar problems to what I was having, I did a brief look around google to see if it was total quackery but it seemed to help with some things, but hasn't fully fixed my issues.
I have also ran Memtest 86+ for 2 passes and had no faults reported, I have considered running an extended test, to see if it would produce any further errors, but that is why I am sure it is driver-related.
When I ran Driver Verifier, It had first crashed at "cscrysec.sys" which is from "Infowatch" so I reset verifier and set it to run another check minus the "Infowatch" drivers, in which it crashed at "scsiport.sys" which I couldn't get too much information on, and couldn't continue using my method of "Ignoring" that driver in my next search, as its not listed in driver verifier's list.. I also couldn't find any information on how to really remove/repair the troubled system files.
Hopefully you all can help me more, and might be able to explain in more detail how I might be able to take a look and see what lines I should pay more attention to so I might be able to figure out future issues?
Wishful thinking, and thank you!
Processor: Intel i7 990x
Memory: 24gb Samsung M378B5273CH0-CH9
Mainboard: Gigabyte X58A-UD7 (Rev 1.0)
Graphics Card: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1
Power Supply: Corsair HX850