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  1.    09 Dec 2016 #31

    **** UPDATE AND SOLUTION *****

    After a whole week of not crashing the blasted Windows Update reinstalled itself last night and my computer crashed again at 2:30am according to bugchk on Event log. 100% PROOF that this is the culprit!

    The update appears in Windows Updates. It's called "Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1607 {for x64-based Systems) KB3202790."

    I hope I have found a permanent solution for this now. Microsoft have, in their infinite wisdom decided to remove the "Hide Windows Updates Installations" from Windows 10 so there is no *easy* way to block this Windows Update reinstalling.

    However I found a download to do it.
    "How to temporarily prevent a driver update from reinstalling in Windows 10"
    "....you can prevent the problematic driver from reinstalling automatically the next time Windows Updates are installed."

    1. Go to Windows Updates History and uninstall the Adobe Flash Player Security Update KB3202790.
    2. Download wushowhide.cab from url quoted above and run this.
    3. It should show up the Adobe Update. Click on the checkbox to HIDE this.
    Hopefully, please G-d, I should not see this again......
    By the way, I have a Graphics card : NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 | Driver version: VRAM: 1 GB Status: OK Resolution: 1920x1080
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  2. Posts : 28
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393 Multiprocessor Free
       18 Jan 2017 #32

    Random BSOD

    I could not find the thread I created for my original post (I looked under "My Posts" and was replied I had none. So, I did read the the post you told me to read about BSODs and I have attached the ZIP folder witht he results of the download. If you need anything else, please notify me.
    I built this machine in 2013 and ran Windows 7 Pro until last year when I was given the use or lose it choice for Windows 10. At first the system ran fine, no problems, however after the last big update, it started freezing up.
    At first I thought Chrome was at fault, then I found out ANY browser would freeze it.
    later, I found some people had the problem because for Memory, I bought new memory, this was not my problem
    I have applied every fix available on the web; Power management, SFC, DISM, none have fixed my freezing problem.
    Then I got a BSOD from my Graphic card (below). I read an article on how to fix this, even though I followed t step by step there were steps that I did not see in my system, therefore I could not perform that fix.
    My BSOD occurs only when the machine is idled and randomly freezes within minutes. I have hard-boot-off the desktop because no soft boot works. The I get a Kernel 41 event. Even though I went to reedit and put in the command for a local Dump, I never get any.
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    Posts : 13,818
    Windows 10 Pro
       18 Jan 2017 #33

    Create a new thread for your problem.
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