Blue Screen Of Death (0x00000133 / ntoskrln.exe / hal.dll)

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    Blue Screen Of Death (0x00000133 / ntoskrln.exe / hal.dll)

    I am writing here because I am already helpless for things that are happening on my new computer. I'm getting crazy and I can't handle it, despite literally doing all the Internet tutorials that were.
    I am on new equipment and after the format:
    Every once in a while, my computer starts to lag, I can't get into any app but what is strange: for example, one application works for me normally, but another does not even launch when I start it, or other apps lags a lot. Also then my browser doesn't work, as if I didn't have internet. During this "lag" before the computer crashes when I go to task manager, it is empty. (it always crashes after while when the lags occure). After some time of lags, the computer freezes completely and turns out with the blue screen of death.
    I had such bsod as:
    DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION (almost always)
    I even turned on saving minidumps and when I checked them with the bluescreenview program, the files that are red: ntoskrnl.exe and hal.dll.
    The error is 0x00000133
    Please help me.

    Logs from log collector v2.
    Here is download:
    OLIWIER-(2020-04-11_19-32-36).zip - Google Drive

    Version 10.0.18363 Build 18363
      My Computer

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    Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64

    Update or uninstall Virtual Audio Cable - check updates in program
      My Computer

  3. Posts : 2
    Thread Starter

    I had problems with BSOD even before installing Virtual Audio Cable. But you suggest to uninstall it/update right?
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