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       #22

    I don't think you have experience/knowledge on how to open and perform a few tasks with your pc?
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  3.    #23

    Did i misunderstand an instruction?
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    Oh, i don't have much experience with that but if i have some instructions i can ask someone i know with experience?
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       #25

    I'm almost certain that your problem is hardware related, I mean it's very unlikely that software is causing this, but I would want to suggest to reseat the RAM and reconnect the drives, but that's sometimes a bit tricky with laptops/notebook. The design of each model of a laptop/notebook is different, as such you need knowledge in how to open your specific pc model, how to reseat/reconnect and where it is because you always need to take some precautions and be aware of what you can and cannot do.

    Typically there are tons of videos on youtube that explain how to do various tasks for your pc, like the below video.
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       #26

    That one is pretty easy, just remove the bottom cover (power and battery too of course). Just take your time and the bottom will come off without too much trouble.
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  7.    #27

    I disconnected the RAM and reconnected it and also did the same with the C drive and D drive while i was at it. And i AFKed for around 15 minutes and when i came back i got the critical_process_died error and again no minidump file.

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    A trend I noticed with the crashes is that when I get critical_process_died it usually comes when I don't touch the computer for a while and when I come back, the cursor will be very laggy and I cant right click task bar or open programs, then it crashes.
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  8.    #28

    Did you try disabling all power-saving modes when connected to mains?

    Even those more intricate ones: LSPM within PCI Express or under Intel RST (should you have it)?

    TweakTown's Ultimate Windows SSD Performance Installation Guide
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