Windows 10: BSOD whenever gaming, errors 0x000000d1 & 0x0000001e

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  1.    07 Nov 2016 #11

    Starting it up works okay. After logging in, it will freeze up for a bit (the mouse cursor is actually movable, it's just the rest of the system that gets caught.) After about 20 to 30 seconds, it will unfreeze and will work relatively normally. The system is pretty laggy overall, however. Trying to minimise an application will, for a brief moment, freeze up the computer, including the mouse, moving a window across the screen is very jittery and unsmooth. I have not seen it freeze up permanently, but if it does, I'll be sure to make note of it. I cannot load up any games, so I can't test that, as that is the most reliable way to freeze up the system (100%)

    I also want to add that, although it has been largely fixed, windows update still will not install about a dozen different updates for whatever reason. I can also not check and install updated drivers through device manager.

    Also wanted to say that, for some reason, even on Safe Mode with Net., my CPU is kinda hot. Not sure if that's related to this or not.

    Update:

    After stressing the services, I think I have come to the conclusion that the networking has something to do with it. I opened about 10 tabs streaming Youtube and managed to get the system to freeze. All other, non-networking, types of stress had no effect.
    I also got my motherboard drivers and I can say that the CPU temp is actually pretty normal: about 34C.


    Update 2:

    I really want to mention, if it helps, that, although the system doesn't really crash as much anymore (although games are guaranteed crashes) the system display is kinda laggy and moving windows around the monitor is very jittery.


    Update 3:

    I finally got my very first bsod :D
    I posted the blue screen on the first post, but it was a 7f error.

    Update 4:

    After trying to get windows update to install all of the updates (it wasn't working before) my computer will not go very long in normal mode before it crashes (about 10 seconds.) Even safe mode with networking crashes within the first ten seconds. Only regular safe mode is actually 'safe' now. I actually got the second bsod in the safe mode with networking (which is the second file posted under this day on the first post) which was error a. I have no idea why the networking and the graphics on my computer are acting this way even with such a clean install...
    Last edited by Asto; 08 Nov 2016 at 12:16.
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  2. Ztruker's Avatar
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       08 Nov 2016 #12

    I don't have Windows 7 symbols so not able to do anything with Win 7 dumps.

    When you clean installed Windows 10, did you follow the tutorial I gave you?
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