Windows 10: Random BSOD when testing verification system.
Random BSOD when testing verification system.
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I come to you with a BSOD issue i'd like to figure out. I have left an attachment with the Blue screen file/log as requested in the forum rules. If any further information is asked in regards to the post I will answer them as soon as i can. many thanks for taking the time out of your daily lives to read my plea for help.
The dump indicates a problem with ndisrd.sys. It's fairly old: 2/7/2013
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More here: ndisrd.sys Windows process - What is it?
Update it if you can, otherwise try disabling it from Services or uninstalling.
See if that helps.
Many thanks have taken your advice and updated the Windows Packet Filter to see if it helps. Will run it for a few days and see if it helps.
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