I have aquired a computer which seems to BSOD at random times. I have cleaned, reformated, full deep erase of the drive and stress tested components on the machine. The stress tests I have done seem to indicate the RAM, CPU and SSD are fine.
The computer still Blue screen's, this is when left idle on the windows 10 desktop so no external applications were in play. There are 3 logs in the zip attached, 2 of these are prior to the stress testing and deep erase of the drive with the latest being since doing a clean install. As it stands the computer is a clean windows 10 which is as up to date update wise from the media creation tool (as of this week). Computer is:
SanDisk 128GB SSD
24gb DDR3 RAM
From looking at the dumps the common occurance is 'ntoskrnl.exe' which means very little to me and a quick google search seems to indicate a wide array of issues. As the BSOD's appear random I am unable to work out where this problem occurs. My own personal guess would have been the onboard satacontroller or PSU as the system does not seem to always like a 2nd HDD, though this could be coincidence. The PSU idea stems from the fact the 2nd HDD seems to be blank(no longer in the machine) and for a while looked dead. This HDD has been looked at by another person and besides being blank the sectors and what not seem to be fine.
Any help would be great. Thank you, as this is during work, I may not see all responses till Monday!