Windows 10: multiple BSOD errors even just from startup

  1.    19 Jun 2015 #1

    multiple BSOD errors even just from startup


    We started with basically hourly BSODs.

    We had a different processor [AMD A10 Series] in the computer and it ran fine for several hours, possibly overnight. That's how we found out it was the processor itself, and replaced it.

    Now, we are still getting SOME BSODs, but only a few since we got the replacement processor.

    Help please.

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  2.    14 Jul 2015 #2

    Usually when you get a Blue screen of death, it tells what caused problem. Is it giving you a different error every time or is it the same exact one?
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