In general my theory is "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
I'll make suggestions for updates, but as you're not experiencing problems, I'd suggest that you just bookmark this topic in case you have problems later on.
The best suggestion that I have for you now is to make a good, solid backup (image) of your entire system right now (while the system is working well). Here's one way (this was just posted by a friend) - but don't fret if it's a bit daunting: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/616536/creating-a-windows-backup-image/
That way, should the system have problems, you can restore it to a known good point (after backing up any changes since you made the image).
I recently setup my new laptop and I made 7 backup images during the setup. I've trimmed that down to 3 right now, and will delete all but the latest when I'm sure that the system is rock solid stable..
That way I won't have to struggle through the 2 days worth of customizations that I did to make it work like I needed it to work :0)
I've noted 2 minor issues in the Admin logfile:
- old Media Center tasks in Task Scheduler. You can remove them by doing this:
To stop Media Center tasks from running (and then failing) delete this registry key (as with any deletion, backup the key first):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\Microsoft\Windows\Media Center
Once you've deleted the above registry key do the following:
- Go to the Windows\System32\Tasks\Microsoft\Windows folder and delete the Media Center folder (as with any deletion, backup the folder first).
- Then delete the Task Scheduler Library...Microsoft...Windows...Media Center task folder within the Task Scheduler (I don't think that you can back this up, but you can export the tasks individually).
- occasional nVidia Streaming Network Service errors. To fix that:
- download a fresh set of the latest, W10 compatible video drivers for your system. If using a laptop you'll have to figure out if you must use the laptop manufacturer drivers or the graphics chip drivers (when in doubt, use the graphics drivers from the laptop manufacturer). Desktops use the drivers from the graphics chip manufacturer.
- uninstall the video drivers from Control Panel...Programs and Features
- use this free program to remove any remnants: http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
- install the freshly downloaded video drivers
- monitor for further issues.
From the BSOD Inspector reports:
Your UEFI/BIOS (version 1505) dates from 2014. Please check at the manufacturer's website to see if there are any UEFI/BIOS updates available for your system. If you are able to install the update through Windows (without booting from an external drive), then go ahead and update it. WARNING - if the computer might shut down during this procedure, please don't do it, as this may physically damage the computer and prevent it from booting.
Although you appear to have a reasonable number of Windows Update hotfixes for this version of your OS, please double check for any new Windows Updates. It only takes one update to cause a problem, so it's essential that you have all of them. The actual number is not important. Rather it's important that you checked manually, installed any available updates, and didn't experience any errors when checking or updating.
This device has problems in Device Manager:
Corsair Link TM USB Dongle USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C00\R3CE0782 The drivers for this device are not installed.
The best solution here is to uninstall any software for this device, then physically remove it from your system.
I say this because there have been BSOD problems with this device in the past. That being said, BSOD's are relatively rare events, so you may just want to update the drivers and leave it until you see if it causes a problem or not.
Lot's of Windows Update failures in the WER section of the MSINFO32 logfile. This can also be caused by not having the system connected to a network, so the advice here is to check Windows Updates regularly, making sure that you checked manually, installed any available updates, and didn't experience any errors when checking or updating.
As you have BitDefender and MalwareBytes products, be advised that there's currently a problem between BitDefender 2016 and MalwareBytes AntiMalware Premium.
Don't install both until checking to see if the problem has been fixed (the most info I've seen can be had at the MalwareBytes BSOD forums located here: https://forums.malwarebytes.org/forum/160-bsod-crashes-kernel-debugging/ )
You also have ESET Smart Security installed. Please only install 1 antivirus and 1 firewall
Having more than one can cause them to conflict and cause problems on the system. In the worst case scenario, then can even allow malware to get onto your system
MSI Afterburner and Riva Tuner (along with EVGA Precision) are known to cause BSOD's in some Windows systems (it's driver is usually RTCore64.sys). Please un-install them immediately!
If you're overclocking, please stop the overclock while we're troubleshooting. Feel free to resume the overclock once the system has been stabilized.
Any questions? Feel free to post back with them.