Windows 10: BSOD random at any times
BSOD random at any times
Can't find anything about it, it happens sometimes when i close a high GPU/CPU process, but sometimes happens during the night.
Thanks for any help!
just updated the System Specs
Memtest86 run and the RAM seems fine, no errors
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Not finding a lot in the dumps. One shows a problem with dxggms.sys, another nvlddmkm.sys. Both are related to your Nvidia graphics card. You already have the latest driver so not sure what to try, other than install some of the older drivers and see if you can find one that's stable.
Also check the voltages for your PC in BIOS Setup.
What anti-virus are you using?
I got the lalest, i will try to wipe them and reinstall from 0
What i've to check? I never touch them btw
Just Windows Defender
EDIT - I just got a strange BSOD, i got it when i closed a lot of instances of a game, in the exact moment when i closed all the instances with the "close all" windows action bar action, the BSOD appeard.
For voltages, record what you see in BIOS and post here please. Power supplies can be defective or put out voltages that are too high or too low or fluctuate.
Any time you get a new BSOD, re-run dm_log_colector and post the resultant zip file.
Windows Defender is a good AV, it's also what I use. I wondered because anti-virus can sometimes cause other problems.
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