Already currently running Microsoft Secuirity Essensials so I don't know why its not reconising it. It's fully updated, firewall has been enabled and it allows that software to run. I have also ran windows update to reassure I havent missed anything.
Also soon as I was getting the blue screen errors I had restored my pc a week earlier when it was working fine to ensure if it was a software problem, later found it is not.
Also forgot to point out I have already updated all the drivers I need for my pc before I made a post on here.
I used the FurMark stress test burn-in test but I unfortunately got another blue screen error during it. So I tried the benchmark test aswell and luckily my pc didn't come up with an error for the 15 mins it ran. The GPU steady temp was around a cool 66-69 degrees celsius
Also while running speccy I noticed that both my SSD's reported an extremely high temperature of 128 degrees celsius
. Though after researching this I found that this is a common bug.
Well that's what I can tell you so far, Still have to do:
- MG Video Memory stress test
- Hardware stress test with Prime95
- CPU stress test using IntelBurnTest (I assume this will still work on a AMD Processor?)
- boot version of Memtest86+
- the Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool for at least five passes
- Check with the manufacturer to see if im still in warranty
The issue I would have is what happens if there is a blue screen error during the tests that require more time to finish? I assume the program will have no idea if that happens or remember it? Would they show the results of the test at the end?
Thanks for the really technical response!