I have a custom built desktop computer, one that was built by another person a few years back, had been working great. I personally installed Windows 10 from Windows 7, upgraded the graphics card from NVIDIA 630 (I think, not too sure, it's been a while) to the NVIDIA GTX 970 and also put more RAM into it. It originally only had 4GB of Ballistix Tactical memory and now has 4 sticks of the same RAM to make it up to 16GB installed.
For quite a while now, my computer has been throwing up constant blue screens every few days or everyday if I use something it doesn't agree with, it always crashes webpages and if it really doesn't agree with me reloading the same page, it blue screens. Not the only issue as the computer keeps restarting every so often (this happens more commonly than the blue screens) and then basically shows me a black screen with white writing telling me to click a button to reboot my computer but at this point, it just keeps showing the same message when I click something because it cannot find where the disc for my windows system is in.
I have recorded a couple of the blue screens that I have encountered:
As there are so many different errors, I feel as if there may be a common denominator which I am unable to recognise to fix the problem. May be I am wrong and my computer is just severely problematic.
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that I do play a game called Runescape sometimes and it likes to crash the program that you download onto your computer to play it
Edited by Gavsters, 02 August 2016 - 04:30 AM.