Hi, My HTPC is exclusively used to watch videos, using Kodi DSPlayer + directshow filters. I was on Seven and never had a BSOD problem. I upgraded to W10 (clean install), and since then, randomly, but often, when I watch a video, BSODs occur. I could relate it to the use of ffdshow, itself using avisynth. If I deactivate ffdshow in DSPlayer, no more BSODs. I have yet to figure out if it's related to avisynth only (need to deactivate it in ffdshow and let ffdshow activated). Avisynth is used to upscale the video in order to work enhancement filters in higher resolution in order to have best image quality. As BSODs stop when i deactivate the use of ffdshow/avisynth, I figured the problem was related to the GPU, maybe the GPU RAM being extensively used. But the wierd thing is I didn't have any BSOD on W7, with same setup. Here are the dumps, with the last BSOD of today (IRQ NOT LESS OR EQUAL). I used DDU to clean the system, and reinstall latest nvidia drivers (361.63) I hope you can help me sort it out! I've just noticed there were new drivers (361.75), I'll use DDU again and try them out and let you know if I get new BSODs.