First time post,
I'm running a PC (HP Spectre x360) with Windows-10, and I am recently getting BSODs, 5-10 minutes after booting my PC. I've tried running various programs such as CCleaner (to remove temporary files ...), and whocrashed (quick analysis), but l couldn't find anything.
The BSODs contain various messages, most often -- but not always -- Memory management or critical process crash messages.
I forgot to add that I ran Windows memory diagnostic tool, which mentioned that I have a hardware problem, and that I send in my PC to the manufacturer (in this case, HP). Although this PC is still under warranty, I would only do that as a last resort. (Next to last resort would be a factory reset)
Please advise, and let me know if anything else is needed.
Also, how likely is it that I have an actual hardware problem, vs. some faulty driver?