Constant BSODs after Windows 10 upgrade, I need expert help please!  

  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 home 64 bit

    Constant BSODs after Windows 10 upgrade, I need expert help please!

    This is my first post so if I get something wrong, please help me correct it, doing my best to read and follow the rules. I am not nearly savvy enough to fix this problem on my own and I would really appreciate anyone who could patiently offer to walk me through some help.
    I have an older desktop which was just upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Home 64 and ever since then I have been experiencing BSODs regularly. After days of reading and researching and doing what things are within my capabilities, I've found that I need some expert help and turned here.
    I followed the instructions to download the log tool and have run that, I'll upload the file here for review. For what it's worth, here are some things I've already done:
    -updated all drivers through Windows, NVIDIA, Driver Easy
    -run Glary Utilities and cleaned up anything recommended
    -ran the scannow memory checker in the command prompt 3x (all good)
    -cried a little and swore a lot

    As I've said, this is over my head and I am grateful to anyone willing to offer their expertise and help me. I updated my profile with as much of the system information as I know or could find.
    I look forward to hearing from your community. Thank you kindly

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  2. Posts : 40,575
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    Hi, your PC only has drivers available to 2010,2011 - Win 7.

    Please note there is no guarantee whatsoever that your PC will run Win 10 of any given build successfully- you have chosen to take that risk, as millions do.

    Further, you will have programs installed that ran on Win 7 but may not be fully compatible with Win 10, even though MS tries to perform a compatibility check.

    Here are some other XPS 8100 owners' comments:
    Dell XPS 8100 - Windows 10 not supported for this device - August 2015 - Forums - CNET

    All that said, it might be possible for someone here to help you - you might be lucky, but it could take some time.
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