kernel_data_inpage_error BSOD at random

I followed some of those instructions and the Teredo thing is just gone from device manager altogether, and the crashes are still happening. Not really sure what happened there.

Also, I wasn't quite sure what to run with Seatools, but I clicked through the scans that were compatible with the hard drive and it passed them.


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Try checking the Event viewer and see if it mentions anything relating to the crashes.

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