Multiple BSODS within 2 days need solution ASAP

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    axe0 said:
    You need to save the screenshot first before you can use it, you can save it by using a program like Paint.
    In Paint paste (copy/paste) the screenshot to save it.
    I guess I lost the screen shot. I'll have to run Furmark again? I also used DDU and installed the latest drivers. I unchecked the options to install the other things that came with the AMD install. At least I think I did, there was an option I couldn't uncheck which I believe was the install wizard or something like that
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       #22

    No screenshot is needed.

    Please check your specs and make sure it is correct, according to your specs your CPU is your CPU and motherboard
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    axe0 said:
    No screenshot is needed.

    Please check your specs and make sure it is correct, according to your specs your CPU is your CPU and motherboard
    Oh darn! I'll check up on that.
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    By the way, I'm just waiting on my PC to goof up to confirm if the AMD drivers were causing the issues. Is this also caused by AMD? "Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+142760 )"
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    NussOkeh said:
    By the way, I'm just waiting on my PC to goof up to confirm if the AMD drivers were causing the issues. Is this also caused by AMD? "Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+142760 )"
    Upload a dump and I can check it.
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       #26

    Here you go
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    I can tell you, Windows files are rarely the real case especially with the ntoskrnl.exe
    Windows files are usually blamed when they are the last active, but that doesn't make them the root cause.

    Following list is a list of drivers that are old.
    Please note, some drivers may not be present on your system, but I don't know why they are present in the drivers list in the dump.
    Driver Reference Table - anodlwfx.sys
    Driver Reference Table - npf.sys
    Driver Reference Table - evolve.sys
    Driver Reference Table - usbfilter.sys - possible part of the chipset, check ASUS for chipset drivers
    Driver Reference Table - asstor64.sys - check ASUS for sata drivers

    Please clean reinstall MalwarebytesClean removal: https://support.malwarebytes.org/cus...5311?b_id=6438
    Install: https://www.malwarebytes.org/
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    axe0 said:
    I can tell you, Windows files are rarely the real case especially with the ntoskrnl.exe
    Windows files are usually blamed when they are the last active, but that doesn't make them the root cause.

    Following list is a list of drivers that are old.
    Please note, some drivers may not be present on your system, but I don't know why they are present in the drivers list in the dump.
    Driver Reference Table - anodlwfx.sys
    Driver Reference Table - npf.sys
    Driver Reference Table - evolve.sys
    Driver Reference Table - usbfilter.sys - possible part of the chipset, check ASUS for chipset drivers
    Driver Reference Table - asstor64.sys - check ASUS for sata drivers

    Please clean reinstall MalwarebytesClean removal: https://support.malwarebytes.org/cus...5311?b_id=6438
    Install: https://www.malwarebytes.org/
    Okay, I'm uninstalling Malawarebytes. How does one update chipset drivers?
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       #29

    Simply by downloading the drivers, opening the executable and reboot the system.
    Pretty much the same as every other driver, but some don't require a reboot.
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    axe0 said:
    Simply by downloading the drivers, opening the executable and reboot the system.
    Pretty much the same as every other driver, but some don't require a reboot.
    Where can I find these for my specific hardware? I also got another dump which happened last night. Only reason I send these over to you is because I still get the symbol issues.
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