Seeking help regarding intermittent BSOD


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    Seeking help regarding intermittent BSOD


    The company I work for has a press brake with a computer running Windows 7. The computer is NOT connected to the network/internet.

    A technician for the press brake manufacturer was recently on-site and updated the machine. Frankly, I don't know exactly what the updating entailed. Pursuant to this, the computer has intermittently "blue-screened" while in use. I've done the following:

    1) Ran sfc /scannow. Corrupt files were found and repaired.

    2) Ran chkdsk at restart.

    3) Ran Memtest (passed).

    I found the following when looking at one of the .dmp files through Windbg:

    NOTE: I decided to add pictures since the copy/paste in this post crammed everything together.

    I'd appreciate any help/suggestions regarding this matter. Thank you.
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    W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
       #2

    Not a BSOD expert but judging by this post,

    Constant BSOD on older comp (GPU side grade) - Windows 10 Forums

    looks like your GPU drivers.......
    as its not connected to the net "updating" the driver is not a viable option

    I'd give the tech a quick call, ask him what he did is POSSIBLY reversable
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