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Windows 7: BSOD been happening occasionally for months now happening frequently

06 Dec 2017   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64
BSOD been happening occasionally for months now happening frequently

For months ive been getting BSOD randomly. I upgraded my GPU last week and everything was running great. While updating R6 i got a BSOD and it occured 8 times or so in that hour. When it happened before it would only be once. Minidump files have only been saved twice in the past year and its probably blue screened like 20 or so times... not frequent enough to be an issue for me to attend to. Im pretty new to building PC's in general so i need your help please!!

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06 Dec 2017   #2

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

Hi jordyn2m,

Before the BSOD's boys get hold of you, we need to get your system upto date
Your updates are failing, because of an expired certificate
please run this tool, copy/paste the output

and anything here
C: Windows > SoftwareDistribution > AuthCabs > authorization

(its also reporting 200 in one section and 400 in another)

Could you also remove McAfee, for the duration of troubleshooting
(its also failing occasonally)
I also see entries for Driver Booster revert any entries its made
Update or remove Intel proset

in July there were problems with your Software Hives which has possibly contributed to your problems and left your system in an unstable state.
for these we need to run
sfc /scannow
chkdsk /r

If the above cannot fix these then your possibly looking at a system repair or clean install
This hive is the most volatile as its impacted by every program you have installed
(highly likely to be a clean install)
You will need a Iso for this
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