I think I've tried everything but no dump file is created

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       #41

    It happened at #31.
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       #42

    Sorry for the delay in response. I am a student in the midst of exam weeks writing and finalizing several reports and studying for exams. Next week I'll have time to further look into your problem.
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       #43

    Thanks, but I am still waiting for the next BSOD... I'll let you know.
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       #44

    One week without a BSOD! (after I had I disconnected the drive with the K partition and had uninstalled comodo and avira)
    I reconnected the drive now to see if it was the culprit.
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       #45

    Great to hear, let us know how things go.
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       #46

    Two weeks without a BSOD! I reinstalled avira to see if it was the culprit.
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       #47

    If Avira no longer causes problems, then I can only assume the installation of Avira was somehow corrupted.
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       #48

    I reinstalled avira today, so I'll wait 1 week and see.
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       #49

    Let me know how it goes.
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       #50

    George300 said:
    I reinstalled avira today, so I'll wait 1 week and see.
    If you find yourself getting BSODs again and not getting a crash dump, you might consider using Sysinternals free tool ProcDump to monitor an application and generate a crash dump.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sys...loads/procdump
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