Random BSOD's every 45 min or so, usually while playing games

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    essenbe said:
    Code:
    Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.
    BugCheck 3B, {c0000005, fffff8003e9716dc, ffffd00023bfaca0, 0}
    Probably caused by : memory_corruption ( nt!MiCaptureProtectionFromProto+14 )
    Followup:     MachineOwner
    That's all I can come up with right now. That can be your Ram or video memory.
    Well my computer heard your cries for information, here's another crash dump! This one actually had a new error code I hadn't seen before, PFN_LIST_CORRUPTION or something like that. Trying to get my calc homework done along with this is fun
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    Whenever you finish with the Linux, try this. The Linux test is important, so give it plenty of time.

    This is a big download, but select you currently type OS. Home Premium or Pro. X64 or X86. It has to be exact. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/techbench Once you have it downloaded, find the ISO file. double click it or right click it and select mount. When you mount it, Windows will assign it a drive letter. you will need that drive letter next. Leave it mounted.

    Right click start, select command prompt (Admin) and copy paste this into the window after making one change. Change the drive letter I am using to the drive letter Windows assigned the ISO you just mounted. Let it run. I can take a while and look like it is doing nothing. It will give you a successful message or an error message when it is finished.

    Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:D:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess

    Replace the 'D' I have in red with the drive letter of your mounted ISO and press enter. It can take from 20 minutes to a couple of hours.
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    I'll try that also, regarding the linux distro, I have the iso for linux mint mate (cinammon desktop) downloading right now. Should I install it on a USB and just leave it running like that? Not doing stuff on it or anything?
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    Yes, install it to a USB then boot into the USB. You can do anything you want to while in there. Nothing will save and your Windows 10, programs and drivers are out of the equation, if you know what I mean. They are not being used. Just don't install the OS on a hard drive. Just use it. That is what it's for, to give people an opportunity to try it out before installing it.
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    How long should I leave it in Linux for? A couple hours or leave it on overnight?
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    Update: So I was installing the linux mint on my USB, comp crashed, here's the DM log, I guess I'll keep trying till I get it on and then I can boot onto. It was a "watchdog" error or something this time, weird.
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    Update: Another one boys! Hot off the presses, get those DM logs while they last.
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       #38

    How's Linux?
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    essenbe said:
    How's Linux?
    Reporting from mint as we speak. Aside from a crappy resolution Linux is surprisingly smooth, I always got an old school DOS vibe from Linux. Like some weird hieroglyphic tool that only IT guys used or something. Pretty nice OS. Anyways, should I just leave the computer in Linux? Only been on a couple minutes, how long should I give it before determining that my hardware is good?
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    Use it as long as you need to. Use it long enough for you to feel reasonably sure it is not going to BSOD, or if you do BSOD, we have learned what we needed to learn. Just give it ample time. Do whatever you usually/want to while in Linux.
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