Windows 10: BSOD ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe crashing (System Service Exception)

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  1.    07 Jun 2017 #21

    8 passes, no errors.

    Any suggestions on what to do next? :/
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       08 Jun 2017 #22

    Did the system crash with driver verifier, I can't remember and cannot check atm
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  3.    08 Jun 2017 #23

    While not being on a computer and having verifier running, no. It would crash when I'd do stuff, like it usually would.
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  4.    08 Jun 2017 #24

    Here are the crash dump reports from today and yesterday while the verifier was running.
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       08 Jun 2017 #25

    I notice that the system runs for a few seconds and then crashes, too early for driver verifier to get in action.

    Could you shutdown, remove all peripheral and start the system just to see if the system can run for longer than a few minutes with driver verifier. If this doesn't work the system needs to be stripped down by removing everything that is not required to boot. Thus removing all RAM sticks except for 1, removing hdd/ssd until the boot device is solely connected, disconnecting the internet cable, etc.
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  6.    10 Jun 2017 #26

    Sorry for responding so late, I spent the whole day yesterday taking my pc apart and replacing components. I rebuilt it from the ground up, again.

    To respond to your request... driver verifier ran fine before, the whole day, without touching anything. I only got one crash and that was when I was using it. Sent you the crash dump file and you said it was the usual one, as far as I understood.

    Anyway... onto the point. Long story short, I replaced every component except the motherboard, processor, and the fans, and the computer still crashed. I did load the windows from SSD, but the SSD worked fine on my friends computer, and on mine it would crash whether it was on SSD, or HDD. Also, I checked them both and had the latest drivers so... what would be the conclusion?

    I updated the BIOS, but I didn't touch the SATA drivers for my MB. I'll probably do that now, but excluding that, due to the nature of errors, who's to blame? Could the processor even be capable of doing that?
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       10 Jun 2017 #27

    When you'd think about it, knowing how every part basically works, you could say that every part could cause a lot of issues.
    Yes, the CPU is capable of causing a large amount of issues. It is 1 of the parts that is most difficult to identify as a cause, and relatively the rarest to cause problems.

    If you decide to replace, I recommend to first replace the motherboard.
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