Windows 10: Random BSOD, CACHE MANAGER
Random BSOD, CACHE MANAGER
Struggling abit with BSODs, which comes at any point, no specific program or task setting it of. My computer can be running fine for 1 day, then the next day it will have BSODs so frequently its impossible to do anything. Had the same issue with win7, actually all the time since i changed from xp64.
As I said its nothing specific that sets it of, and sometimes its different BSOD messages. But The memtest is fine, so Id guess disk controller, or something like that.
Thanks in advance
Last edited by knutekje; 02 Jan 2016 at 06:22.
The BIOS is very old (2007), at least try to update your BIOS, the most current is for Windows 8.1 but I can't say it'll help 100%.
There are also some Nvidia storage drivers outdated for Windows 10, but there doesn't seem to be driver updates you need for Windows 7 and higher.
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