BSOD 4 times in <24hrs - ntoskrnl.exe


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    BSOD 4 times in <24hrs - ntoskrnl.exe


    Hi,
    Background: I got a brand new custom built desktop a week ago. System started fine first time but then Windows had to be reset. About 3 days back there was another BSOD and one more on 5th Aug. On 5th Aug I did a "dskchk C: /f /x" and it showed no errors. But on boot-up went straight to Reset Windows. Did that and 3 programs were removed by reset - Greenshot, Mail and Calendar. Since then 3 more BSOD instances and all this while PC was under no stress, mostly idle. Now I am living in constant fear of this happening and haven't installed any programs for my work (PS/AI/Audio production).

    I don't know how to solve this so any and all inputs are highly appreciated. NVIDIA drivers are up to date and so are most others as far as I can tell. I had run Destroy Windows 10 Spying on the 2nd or 3rd day after a raft of Windows Updates (downloaded from Majorgeeks- so it should be legit).

    Attached is the DM Log zip.
    Thank you for reading this. Do let me know if I need to provide any more info.
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    You need to go back to whoever built your desktop because they have installed a counterfeit copy of W10 Pro. We are unable to help you further until you install a legitimately activated W10 version.
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    philc43 said:
    You need to go back to whoever built your desktop because they have installed a counterfeit copy of W10 Pro. We are unable to help you further until you install a legitimately activated W10 version.
    I was told it was an upgrade from a legit win7. I'll have to send it back. Thanks.
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