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    BSOD with wireless USB adapter

    Just FYI - if you disable a device in Device Manager, the drivers still load at boot. Then, later on in the logon process, they are disabled - but they remain loaded in memory. I took me years to figure this out, but I finally found evidence of disabled drivers being involved in a BSOD crash...
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    BSOD with wireless USB adapter

    If we don't reach a resolution, I'd like to see these reports also: Your UEFI/BIOS (version 1.70) dates from 2017. Please check at the manufacturer's website to see if there are any UEFI/BIOS updates available for your system. This is just in case there has been a more recent update. FYI -...
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    BSOD with wireless USB adapter

    First off, I wonder about a few things: - why are you using a wireless USB wifi adapter on a system that has built in wifi? (I saw that you answered this earlier) this may be significant if the built in adapter has problems (and those problems may interfere with the USB adapter also) - You've...
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    BSOD with wireless USB adapter

    Sorry for the delay in responding! I'll be looking this over again right now.........
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    Blue screen after every full night shutdown.

    Great work Bawb! Most BSOD's are solved by the owner, not by the analyst. We provide hints and clues, but it's you who know the system best (and you're the one doing the actual work on it!). Good luck!
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    Blue screen after every full night shutdown.

    FYI - the Prime95 Blend test will test different features/parts of the RAM. The other 2 tests (Small FFT's and Large FFT's primarily test the CPU cache and the memory controller) Good luck!
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    Blue screen after every full night shutdown.

    Sorry for my absence - I think I forgot to turn notifications on, and then I was traveling and totally forgot about checking :( Please remove the Game Panel software as kemical suggests. It's driver dates from 2009, so it may have troubles coping with W10. After the removal, if the BSOD's...
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    Blue screen after every full night shutdown.

    Just a thought, but have you scanned for malware? It's possible that malware can survive a reinstall. The drivers that start with MpKsl...... are Windows Defender temporary drivers that normally don't show up in memory dumps. If you haven't scanned for malware, please try some of these free...
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    Blue screen after every full night shutdown.

    Hi, I'm usasma and I've been asked to take a look at this. FYI - I briefly scanned the pages of this topic, but am going to start over. If I'm repeating things, please let me know - then we can decide if they need to be repeated or not. Your UEFI/BIOS (version 2108) dates from 2015. Please...
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    Bsod after changing the video card. atikmdag.sys,ntoskrnl.exe and more

    Sorry, but I no longer work here. Please start your own topic in order to receive assistance Don't forget to include your attachment also. Good luck!
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    My Computer keep crashing

    There are 9 sets of tests listed, what were the results of each? 1) Hard Drive diagnostics 2) Memory diagnostics 3) Anti-malware tests 4) Furmark 5) Prime95 (up to 3 tests - Blend, Small FFT's, Large FFT's) 6) MemtestG80 and MemtestCL 7) Video Memory stress Test/Artifact Locator 8)...
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    My Computer keep crashing

    What are the results of the hardware diagnostics that I suggested? Everything continues to point to a low-level/hardware problem. Analysis: The following is for informational purposes only. **************************Mon Aug 19 12:02:16.775 2013 (UTC - 4:00)************************** Loading...
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    0xD1 Error, possible driver problem

    How about this: Un-install CorsairLink temporarily Test for BSOD's Reinstall CorsairLink until you find another fan control Graphics errors can be hardware - which won't necessarily give an error or point at the driver. I had an OEM system that came with an add-on video card at work long ago...
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    0xD1 Error, possible driver problem

    Sorry that I'm late to the party here, but I'll add this to Vir Gnarus' excellent (as usual) advice: CorsairLink software has been known to be the cause of a few BSOD's. Your CorsairLINK_HardwareMonitor.sys driver dates from 2008. MSI Afterburner (along with Riva Tuner and EVGA Precision) are...
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