Hello. I'm running a new computer. It's a prefab and out of the box, it was fine for a few weeks. Now I get constant BSOD's.
I have already checked that all drivers are up to date. I've installed no extra hardware. Everything in the box is what was provided by the manufacturer. I've made sure every Windows Update, both major and minor, have been applied. I was using Avast as antivirus, but I was told by a Microsoft rep that Avast can cause bluescreens. I removed it using the Avast uninstall tool and switched to Windows Defender, but the BSOD's still happen.
Most of the BSOD's I was getting were pool errors or memory related, so prior to posting, I ran memtest86+ off a CD. I ran 10 passes of each stick, ran overnight, and there were no errors, so I'm fairly certain it's a driver issue. I'm not quite sure what driver is the culprit, though, if that's the case. I'm not 100% sure it is drivers, either. I'm stumped, which is why I'm posting here.
Here's my specs, generated by Speccy.
I get a LOT of BSOD's, so I just attached the ones from yesterday and today. Here they are on my Skydrive.
The most errors are, from most common to least common:
What drivers they blame, from most to least common, are:
NTFS.sys (only once, over a week ago)
I also attached a log generated by Mini Tool Box of my last 10 Event Viewer logs, my programs, and my users, partitions and memory size.
Please let me know if there's anything else I should provide to help. Thank you so much.
Edited by boopme, 27 September 2015 - 06:33 PM.