Quote: Originally Posted by x BlueRobot
It worth checking and then manually updating your drivers
, and it's good that Windows 8 is compatible with your hardware, driver
compatiblity shouldn't be a problem here, as if the Windows 8 is compatible you would think that the drivers would have been released to be compatible with Windows 8 also.
Remember to run System File Checker again a few times, to make sure all the files have been repaired.
Any new BSODs?
Will run SFC a few more times when I get home from work. Doesn't CrystalDisk just show info, as opposed to run any tests?
No new BSOD's after the one last night, and I played quite a bit of Black Ops 2 last night and was using the PC for an hour this morning. But like I said, it does seem to be very random!
So, an extensive recap to-date: DONE
+ Ran MemTest86+ with no faults.
+ Ran Disk Checks (Windows built in)
+ Enabled Driver Verifier
+ Uninstalled Daemon Tools Lite (the cause of 1 BSOD)
+ Ran SPTD Uninstaller (there was nothing to uninstall)
+ Ran SFC Scan Now via Command Prompt; repaired 1 error
+ Manually tried updating drivers through Device Manager
+ Uninstalled AVG (now using Windows Defender) (the cause of 1 BSOD)
+ Uninstalled all non-Microsoft Keyboard & Mouse drivers (the cause of 1 BSOD)
+ Windows Defender & Malwarebytes scan carried out with no errors
+ Anti-rootkit utility TDSSKiller scan carried out with no errors TO DO
+ Run SFC ScanNow a few more times
+ Keep monitoring
Thanks for all your help so far Blue Robot, I'll post the results of the other SFC Scan Nows (if they repaired anything) and any other BSOD's I get. Cheers.