Windows 10: BSOD every hour or so just while idling on newly formatted PC.
BSOD every hour or so just while idling on newly formatted PC.
This is my first time posting here I think. As the title says, I noticed I am getting random BSOD while the PC is idling normally. I have not had the chance to experience one while sitting in front of it so I cannot find out what the codes are. Attached is the ZIP file as per the instructions. Let me know if anything else is needed.
The zip file you uploaded is empty. Please try running DM_Log_Collector again and upload that zip file. Make sure it's not empty.
The crashdumps are complaining about the uaspstor.sys driver, this handles USB attached hard drives. Please unplug all non-essential usb devices and see if the crashes persist.
Also In several of the crashes I am seeing that nvlddmkm.sys, the nvidia video driver is in the stack. Please verify you are running the latest driver release for your card. However from what I can tell, it is up to date.
I disconnected two external HDDs i had plugged in yesterday and installed some missing mobo drivers( Intel MEI and USB drivers) from their site for W10 OS, no BSOD since so far.
I will double check nvidia drivers tomorrow.
I got a BSOD yesterday and I don't know what caused it. Can you check this file please?MyPC-Wed_01_11_2017_141545_25.zip
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