Windows 10: Random BSOD in windows 10 ntoskrnl.exe, win32kfull.sys
Random BSOD in windows 10 ntoskrnl.exe, win32kfull.sys
Hi I have been receiving random bsod, throughout the day doing various activities. They are usually caused by ntoskrnl.exe specifically with the error message IRQL not less or equal or system service exception. I have run chkdsk, sfc/scannow, updated device drivers and i am not sure what else I could do to fix the problem. I have uploaded a zip file with the five latest .dmp files. I hope someone can help me solve this problem and I appreciate any help I can get. Attachment 99758
edit: dm log collector link Attachment 99759
Hello. Since 2 months i'm getting several BSOD errors. They appear in random moments when i'm playing games, watching videos etc. I have really no idea how i can fix this :( Here is the dump file: 051816-14187-01.dmp - Google Drive
EDIT: added zip...
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