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I am at a crossroads, I want to help you, but I dont want you to do something that may be the cause of bigger problems
If you do not have experience updating a driver, you may want to seek help. Probably a kid in junior high could help.
If you want to try to pursue this in a manner that should not cause any bigger problems, but possibly correct the BSODs . Go to device manager, and up date from there.
Using the method shown in this tutorial may not give you the best driver, but possibly one that stops the BSODs
Driver Install - Device Manager
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