Several BSOD KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

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       #21

    axe0 said:
    It will be conflicting and giving problems using suggestions from 2 different sites.
    Correct.

    I've only been using your instructions ever since you've told me to do a clean install with a legitimate copy of Windows.
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       #22

    I encountered another crash today, it was the first one in three days. It happen when I was playing Star Wars: Battlefront again. Got a red screen during the game and then the computer reset.

    I was hoping someone could take a look at the crash dump and see if anything new has come up. It's getting really frustrating and I don't know what to do anymore I feel like I've tried everything except replace the hardware.
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       #23

    Please run the tool and upload the zip file.
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  4. Posts : 15
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       #24

    axe0 said:
    Please run the tool and upload the zip file.
    Thanks for all your help axe0.

    Unfortunately, I gave up and decided to go back to 7 for the time being. So far no issues yet. Maybe after I upgrade a few components in my system I'll give 10 another go.
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       #25

    Turns out going back to Windows 7 didn't fix it. Got a couple of crashes when I was livestreaming, and that's when I realized my CPU was being starved of voltages all along! I reset my BIOS to default several times and forgot all about it. I have to manually set the voltage for the CPU because the Auto setting doesn't work very well.

    I was able to livestream on Twitch.tv for 6 hours straight after increasing the voltage and didn't get a single crash. I'm gonna go ahead and marked this as solved now. Yay!
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