Blue screen win32 k bse.sys


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    windoews 10 pro
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    Blue screen win32 k bse.sys


    Product: HP Pavilion 500-205t
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
    I have been having a blue screen for several months now. The error message are dxgmm2.exe, win32 k bse.sys, memory management window-10, system service exception, fault page non page, critical process died, register error and oxc000021a, all at different times and most times they are consecutive, but not all at one time. I have ran a extensive diagnostic test and they all passed. Deleted cookies, temp files, scan for viruses and malware scan with no problems found. Sometimes the problem would start when I start my computer and after about 8 blue screen start up, my computer would start up and operate ok. And then other times the computer can be on all day and then a blue screen. After several times it will start working ok again. My question is, is it a hardware problem or should I just do a full reinstallation. I don't want to buy a new tower if I don't have to, but I have already been looking at new hp towers.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    JShermantank said:
    Product: HP Pavilion 500-205t
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
    I have been having a blue screen for several months now. The error message are dxgmm2.exe, win32 k bse.sys, memory management window-10, system service exception, fault page non page, critical process died, register error and oxc000021a, all at different times and most times they are consecutive, but not all at one time. I have ran a extensive diagnostic test and they all passed. Deleted cookies, temp files, scan for viruses and malware scan with no problems found. Sometimes the problem would start when I start my computer and after about 8 blue screen start up, my computer would start up and operate ok. And then other times the computer can be on all day and then a blue screen. After several times it will start working ok again. My question is, is it a hardware problem or should I just do a full reinstallation. I don't want to buy a new tower if I don't have to, but I have already been looking at new hp towers.
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