It may be a separate problem - but it may be solved by fixing this bigger problem.
A bigger problem is that there's only 1 memory dump in the files that you've uploaded (and it dates from 18 June). The WER section of MSINFO32 doesn't show any additional BSOD's either - so we have to wonder why.
Most often this is caused because Windows didn't recognize the event. Less likely, but still significant, is the possibility that some of the error detecting/generating mechanisms in Windows are damaged in some way.
Since it occurs when you plug in the HDMI cable, I'd have to suspect that it's a hardware error that occurs below the level of Windows' ability to recognize it.
It'll help to figure out what the BSOD is when you plug the cable in. Please do this:
- reboot your system
- just after the Lenovo splash screen disappears, start rapidly tapping the F8 key to get to the Safe Mode menu.
- near the bottom of the Safe Mode menu is an option to "Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure" - Select that.
- then do the HDMI cable thing and let the BSOD stay on the screen.
We'll need this info (the stuff in RED
More to follow in my next post.....