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    A Few BSOD during Gaming and Skype Calls

    I'd suggest starting a new topic in order to get another helper to see what they can find. Please be advised that I no longer reply to topics here.
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    A Few BSOD during Gaming and Skype Calls

    Memory dumps point at video. Update BIOS/UEFI (currently at version A10), it dates from 2014 Can't recall if I brought this up previously. Update video drivers - yours date from 2013 If BSOD's continue after that, then I'd suggest trying another video card. Analysis: The following is for...
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    A Few BSOD during Gaming and Skype Calls

    Looks like hardware/low-level drivers, may have some networking involvement. Bluetooth drivers date from before 8.1 - please update to the latest Bluetooth drivers Update wired and wireless drivers (just in case). Can't find any search results for iufqvt.sys - ?possibly malware? Nor could I...
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    A Few BSOD during Gaming and Skype Calls

    Quite frankly, I believe that the days of those sort of driver problems are over. Now I just suggest uninstalling and rebooting - then install the updated drivers. It won't hurt to use CCleaner - but stay away from the registry cleaner.
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    A Few BSOD during Gaming and Skype Calls

    The temps on HWMonitor are extreme - 128ºC!!! Does the system feel hot to you? Unplug the system from the wall, open the case, and CAREFULLY feel around inside (don't touch anything, just get close). If it's 128ºC, you'll feel the heat radiating before you burn yourself. Again, BE CAREFUL...
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    Solved ntfs.sys X.24 BSOD

    cmcole101 - please start your own topic so that your problem can get the individual attention that it deserves. Also, Please provide this information so we can provide a complete analysis (from the Pinned Topic at the top of the forum): Eight Forums...
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    Bsod after windows 8.1 pro reinstall

    Try another video card (DO NOT buy one unless you can return it for a refund). Then try this: Hardware Stripdown Troubleshooting Good luck!
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    Solved Partition now shows as Free Space

    Try GetDataBack for NTFS from Data Recovery - Data Recovery Software - RAID Recovery - NAS Data Recovery It's free to see what you can recover - then it's $79 (US) to actually recover it. PCInspector also will recover your data, but I found it too difficult for me to use (several years ago) But...
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    Solved Random reboots with no BSOD

    Probably not worth the effort as we'd still ask you to swap the sticks around to be sure. Diagnostic tests are only software readings of hardware - it's not the definite test that removing the stick provides.
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    Solved Random reboots with no BSOD

    The Windows Memory Test has it's limitations. I prefer MemTest86+ - but it's not easy to run in Win8/8.1 Prime95 (the Blend test) works inside Windows and it'll error out when it tests bad hardware. Good luck!
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    Solved Random reboots with no BSOD

    It's not likely that a hardware problem exists if it disappears in Safe Mode - but it's still possible. How long did you remain in Safe Mode? Did you perform any tests while in Safe Mode to see if you could cause a BSOD? Did you run in Safe Mode with Networking, or just plain Safe Mode? (as...
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    Solved Random reboots with no BSOD

    On a Win8 and later system it's difficult to run MemTest. You have to figure out how to disable the Secure Boot and enable the legacy stuff to allow booting from the CD/DVD/USB device. And, it's different with each manufacturer. Let's start, instead, with running Prime95's Blend Test for at...
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    Solved BSOD, Probably caused by: ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+1509a0 )

    Try this: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/92775152-7330-4da4-8af9-10a04e0bc783/clean-out-system-volume-information-folder
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    Solved BSOD, Probably caused by: ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+1509a0 )

    Most often these are hidden files that aren't being seen by Windows Explorer/File Explorer Try this free program to clean off the extra temporary files (which are usually hidden): Piriform - Download CCleaner - Millions of users worldwide! Then use this program to see what else is clogging the...
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    Solved Random reboots with no BSOD

    Forgot this part of the analysis..... This device is shown as not working in Device Manager: Please install the audio drivers for the Intel sound card I can't seem to locate a driver download at Cyberpower - so I'd suggest visiting Intel® Download Center