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  1.    18 Jun 2017 #31
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    But before that, I wanted to test something first although I'm not entirely sure if this is possible. I'm thinking of reverting everything back (the whole OS, including drivers) like it was freshly installed. I guess what I mean is I want to update my drivers one by one; similar to what I did the first time I installed Windows 10 when I had to connect to the Internet to update my whole system. So Is this possible? Basically like a clean reinstallation of Windows 10 WITHOUT its updated drivers, settings, patches and etcetera.
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  2.    18 Jun 2017 #32
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    Of course it's possible.
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  3.    18 Jun 2017 #33
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    Okay if so, do you know how? I don't see any specific tutorials anywhere. I'm seeing clean reinstallation with updates.

    EDIT: Is it the "remove everything" in Reset PC? Last time I did this it included the latest updates for some drivers.
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  4.    18 Jun 2017 #34
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  5.    18 Jun 2017 #35
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    A good way to do this would be using an ISO of the latest build before any updates were released.
    I have an ISO of the latest build, I do not think it has any updates since updates are implemented into ISOs some time later than the monthly updates.

    Of course, if you don't an ISO you may be able to choose the option to not download any update, but chances exists that ISO does have updates already implemented.

    You would also need to tell Windows to not install any drivers.
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  6.    21 Jun 2017 #36
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    Hey everyone,

    I think I might have solved my problem, although I'm not fully sure yet since I only can do three tests tonight because I'm traveling tomorrow early morning.

    I did a clean reinstallation using Windows reset and remove everything. After that I installed and updated all the latest drivers I needed instantly. However this doesn't really made any impacts on my problem, or at least what I thought. The solution that I think resolved my problem was updating my BIOS. I did a research on my motherboard's BIOS then I found out there's this update called improve DRAM compatibility. I guess this is the reason why I'm getting a lot of BSOD memory related even though all my pc parts are pristine.

    So for all people out there who's experiencing the same problem and has a similar hardware (specifically motherboard/BIOS), I encourage you to try update your BIOS because it could possibly stop the BSODs. For more info: ASRock > AB350M Pro4

    I want to give a big shoutout to everyone who help me with my problem through thick and thin, especially zbook and axe0 for sticking up. You guys are awesome!

    I wouldn't mark my problem as solved yet because it only passed three tests and I only did it on one game: Dota 2, so just in case I will leave it open for future reports. However I have a feeling that this surely resolves my problem because this is the first time I played in straight three games without BSOD.
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