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    Solved Okay, not a single BSOD since I uninstalled the...

    Okay, not a single BSOD since I uninstalled the bluetooth speaker driver three weeks ago, that seems to have been the cause. I couldn't find any parallel cases on the web. Is there anything I could...
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    Solved I attached the blue tooth devices listed in the...

    I attached the blue tooth devices listed in the device manager. I tried to update the drivers but they were up to date already. I'm not sure which of these (except for the speakers) are safe to...
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    Solved Next round

    After a few days of silence, I got the next BSOD just now, this time it's a DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL and the cause is a file named BthA2DP.sys (according to the blue screen notification). I...
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    Solved CPU solved, now BSOD left

    Thank you, philc43

    I immediately disabled the Driver Verifier. I then restarted my PC. During shutdown, I got a new BSOD (Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap). I started and then restarted my PC again,...
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    Solved Occasional BSOD (Kernel Security Check Failure), high CPU usage

    Hi community,
    usually I don't post in forums, but I'm afraid I'm stuck. Also, I have two issues that I believe are interrelated, so I hope I'm correct in this part of the forum:
    1) Occasional BSODs...
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