BSOD every few days, suspect a driver, but can't pin point it.

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    BSOD every few days, suspect a driver, but can't pin point it.

    This is occurring for Windows 10 Professional v1909 build 18363.836

    Was wondering if anyone might be able to help me to find the source of this BSOD error. It is a new system, and I've done stress tests on the memory, GPU, and CPU for several hours each, all checking out fine. Updated drivers of all sorts, ran the standard scan and fixes.

    And looking at the event manager and crash dumps from what I can understand it alludes to a driver problem, but there isn't any very clear indicator of the culprit that I can see. I'm not knowledgeable enough here to discern what is OS and 3rd party.

    It consistently reports from nt kernel, complaining of memory corruption. It mentions that something is double removing, but I can't tell what is doing it.

    This stack entry makes me suspect an input device or my KVM switch. -> nt!IoRemoveIoCompletion+0x99
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    Thanks, I'll try it out, and will wait and see since they're every couple of days. How were you able to tell it was the BIOS?
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit

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