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Power_Driver_State_Failure on BSOD - NT Kernel suspected

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    Power_Driver_State_Failure on BSOD - NT Kernel suspected

    My computer has been occasionally BSODing for the past month. And they have been getting closer together, and has become worry-some, as now it has happened every day the past 3 days. They happen at random times, I could have no programs open, multiple open, or even while restarting my computer because of an update.

    I run malwarebytes regularly on my system as well as install Windows updates and NVIDIA updates whenever they are available.

    I recently downloaded BlueScreenView to see if I could find the culprit of the BSODs. It pointed me towards the NT Kernel and System File, which isn't too helpful when it comes to finding a direct solution. I ran a chkdsk on start-up today hoping it might help, only to have my computer BSOD within the next half hour. The crash address for the first several crashes was ntoskrnl.exe+153ca0. However, I had a new graphics driver update yesterday, and since installing that the crash address has changed to ntoskrnl.exe+14F1a0.

    I have attached my dump file from my most recent BSODs.


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    Windows 8.1 Industry Pro B-)

    Hi mtrmerola & Welcome to the forums ^_^,

    Unfortunately, the ZIP File uploaded by you is empty. Kindly re-run the Diagnostic Tool for at least 15 minutes or till it says that it has finished the work and then upload the latest ZIP File. Kindly make sure that it contains the Dump files (.dmp) so that those could be analysed

    Let me know how it goes ^_^
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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