Just replaced AMD 6870 with AMD R9 390 getting constant BSODs  

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    Any progress with SeaTools?
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       #12

    It still just gets stuck at "USB: Scanning for supported drives. Please wait..."

    oh wait, it finally figured out what it was doing, okay scan time.
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    Short DST passed
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  4. Posts : 14,891
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       #14

    Please perform the short and long generic tests.
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    Okay. For what it's worth I also went through all the Blizzard advanced troubleshooting (Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II Lockups and Crash Errors - Battle.net Support) including the memory scan and removing old files and no improvement. Still just those two games, continuing to try others without any hangups yet.
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    Long generic and short both passed.

    I solved the Wolfenstein problem (disabled Raptr, had disabled it before but it popped up again and I'd been testing SC2 more than Wolf)

    SC2 still does the same thing - it released an update recently, so I wonder if it's a driver issue there, though I haven't seen reports of other people with this problem.
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    Actually Wolfenstein still isn't fixed. Played for a longer time, about 40 minutes in started moving slower and then had a critical_process_died BSOD again... sigh. SC2 causes a BSOD after 1 minute whether I stay in the main menu or not.
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  8. Posts : 14,891
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       #18

    Re-run the tool and upload the zip please.
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    Not sure which zip you meant, the SeaTools only produced a .log file, so I did both shorts again. The long. Again. I don't see much in the .log file that I haven't stated.

    I did redo the dxdiag and attached THAT zip. Along with the .log
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  10. Posts : 14,891
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       #20

    Please run a threat scan with Malwarebytes*, a full scan with your AV, scan your system with Adwcleaner, Kaspersky TTDSKiller and ESET Online Scanner
    *(Uncheck trial version in the installation process)
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