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  1. Posts : 366
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    To me a BSOD even on a new install of Windows sounds like a hardware issue. To me, it really sounds like there is an issue with your RAM. I suggest going and downloading memtest86.

    MemTest86 - Download now!

    If you have another machine you can use, download this and either burn it to a CD/DVD or put it on a flash drive. Let it run for 2-3 passess. Some say minimum of 8, but I have found through experience that RAM errors are usually found within the first few passes. Try this and see if it comes up with anything.
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  2. Posts : 14,897
    Windows 10 Pro

    Please don't edit your posts after some time (except for typos), we won't be notified about edits and won't know about additional information. Instead just post a new reply :)

    Also, if you want to post that another BSOD occured, please run the DM Log Collector again and upload a new zip (in a new post). This will save us all time :)
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