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Windows 7: Increasingly Frequent BSOD on recently built PC

16 Jul 2015   #1
havelcode

Windows 7 64bit Homre Premium
 
 
Increasingly Frequent BSOD on recently built PC

Hi, I built a gaming PC about a month ago and since then I have had about 7 BSOD incidents, they appear to be happening more frequently and so far I have not been able to find a fix.
  1. 1st BSOD: About 1 week after building PC, I was probably playing a game
  2. 2nd BSOD: 4 days ago, playing Witcher 3
  3. 3rd & 4th: 2 days ago, just web page browsing and playing a game
  4. 5th: Yesterday, again web browsing
  5. 6th: Today, web browsing
  6. 7th: Today, almost straight after reboot from the 6th crash
In the last week I have installed about 20 windows updates and appear to be currently up to date, I have used the command 'sfs/scannow' in the cmd and apparently my core files were all validated and I have also ran a full PC scan using AVG and no threats were found.
I would greatly appreaciate any help, thank you.
P.S. sorry if there is alot of irrelevant information?


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16 Jul 2015   #2
DMHolt57

 
 

Uninstall the current video driver and install an updated one or go back to the previous. All of your blue screens are being caused by the Nvidia driver...
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16 Jul 2015   #3
havelcode

Windows 7 64bit Homre Premium
 
 

Ok thank you for the help! Apparently I have the latest driver so I will look for a previous version
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