Recently I have been experiencing a BSOD in Windows 10 (64 bit) which tends to happen randomly at least once an hour. I can also make it happen by opening up Photoshop and attempting to zoom into an image (though zooming in any other program works fine, my guess is that Photoshop's is GPU accelerated...? (And yes I have the latest Nvidia drivers)).
I tried to do a bit of my own sleuthing around the dumps for a cause before asking for help, and all I kept finding was this:
But Googling it didn't really bring up any solutions other than suggesting to update drivers, which I did (audio, chipset, Intel Rapid Storage, and networking), all to Windows 10, a few hours ago in an attempt to stop the BSOD.
Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt!KiFastFailDispatch+d0 )
Anyways I'm sure you guys can do a better job than I did of finding what's up, I appreciate any help! Thanks!