BSOD more or less randomly

  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Home

    BSOD more or less randomly

    I did some troubleshooting by myself with the first memory dump, and I concluded that there was something wrong with my network card drivers, which I updated. Then I got two more BSODs (I have gotten a lot more before these three, but I haven't enabled memory dump then), with another kind of error I couldn't figure out.

    Edit: For some reason my zip file was empty?! I will generate and upload a new one.
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  2. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter

    New (i.e. non-empty) zip file uploaded to original post.
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    win10 home

    Check your Reliability History-----------------control panel>security and maintenance>maintenance .
    If there are any red flags then click on "view tech details" and if that option is greyed out,RIGHT click on it anyway and the data page should be displayed.The top two lines will give you the product name and code which you can Google,also at the bottom is the Bucket ID which you can also Google.Hopefully this will help you find a solution.
    In most cases it is a display driver problem,e.g. for Nvidea it is "nvlddmkm.sys"
    Because of the large variation in hardware/software configurations,there is no "ONE FIX FITS ALL"
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