Windows 10: Fresh WIn10 install keeps getting BSODs

  1.    13 Feb 2016 #1

    Fresh WIn10 install keeps getting BSODs


    My old upgraded Win10 install kept crashing so I formatted the drive and put in a fresh one. Still getting all kinds o'f BSOD`s.

    The second zip file is what I got after running Driver Verifier. Tried running it a few times more, but it seems like it just crashes any driver it tests ^^

    Would be very gratefull if someone could take the time to look at it :)


    OS - Windows10 x64
    CPU - I5 2500K
    AMD HD7870
    ASrock Z77 Pro4
    16GB Corsair DDR3 RAM
    1200W 6 months old Gold standard PSU
    2x128GB SSD in Raid0


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