Multiple similar BSODs every day at random intervals.

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    10 Pro/11 Pro Dual Boot
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    Jagick said:
    You're not off the mark at all. Lenovo laptops use a feature called "Hybrid Mode" through the Lenovo Vantage software. This defers to the CPU based graphics for non intensive tasks and the Nvidia GPU would be activated for gaming and 3D tasks. I have kept this feature disabled since I got the laptop back in August of 2021 so that only the Nvidia GPU is utilized at all times. It is known to cause shoddy performance and other issues so I have always kept it off.

    I should have clarified in my initial post concerning my updating and re-installation of drivers, but I did use DDU to remove both AMD and Nvidia display drivers. I opted not to reinstall the AMD drivers at all just in case they were coming into conflict. Since doing this. I have only experienced one BSOD which occurred while in the process of reinstalling the Nvidia display driver. I unfortunately cannot recall if I have crashed again since then. I'll give DDU another go just for good measure.

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    I would edit my posts if it would let me, so sorry if this constitutes a rule breaking bump.

    Unfortunately I crashed three times within an hour this afternoon, though none of those generated a dump file. Nothing above has worked thus far. Could this potentially be a hardware issue with the GPU?
    most likely, if under warranty, i would start the rma process
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #12

    tomdsr said:
    most likely, if under warranty, i would start the rma process
    Understood, I was afraid of that. The warranty is presently expired but can be renewed for relatively cheap. I appreciated the support you've provided thus far however. Thank you for trying to help!
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