Earlier this week I have done a small upgrade to my PC which consisted of a new Motherboard, CPU and RAM. The Graphics card (Nvidia GTX260) is the same.
Shortly after upgrading all of this I noticed Chrome would repeatedly crash on any website at all, after playing a game I usually play, I've had two BSOD's from it and a ton of game crash's (With no useful debugging information).
I initially thought it may have been my Drivers
to some stuff that is causing problems, however I am having trouble installing windows from a USB drive (Can only boot 32x version so far). However I'd like to find an alternative to formatting.
I've used OSR Online - The Home Page for Windows Driver Developers
to read the dump file and have found "A fatal hardware error has occurred." The crash code link linked me here: Bug Check 0x124: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR (Windows Debuggers)
which appears to be the STOP error (Hardware or something, not read up on it).
I'm not overclocking as it's all at it's default settings.
I remember seeing on one of the BSOD's about the "Video Memory Manager" However after updating my GFX drivers I haven't seen that one happen since. I also then thought it could be to-do with the CPU heat, however it's running a little hot but nothing that I can see what causes it, as I was watching netflix then I got a BSOD.