Question Can someone read my minidump files from my last two BSODs?

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I've been getting BSODs while gaming with no high temps and running memtest comes up with no issues so I'm thinking it is software related. So I do a fresh Windows install and everything is fine for nearly a month until 2 days ago and I've gotten 2 BSOD's since.

My specs are:

Ryzen 1600 (very light OC at 3.7, done from ages ago)

MSI Gaming Pro B350M

3000mhz 16gb ram

2080

My NVIDIA drivers were not up to date (running the drivers from 3/10) prior to the two BSOD's because I heard they made one of my games run worse but it has since been updated after the two BSOD's.

Here are my dump files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PuOBAvBFuKqxjryAUwVtHlp0FYEp8cRN/view

If anyone could give me some pointers it would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
 
first error is from bad driver
second error is corrupted memory, it can be bad driver or unstable ram
for testing your ram u can run memtest https://www.memtest86.com/
driver related issues are hard to track
u could start with reiinstalling all your system drivers (chipset, soundcard, network card, gpu etc) manually, dont use some unvirseal driver installer
also your OS was not updated for a while now
 
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first error is from bad driver
second error is corrupted memory, it can be bad driver or unstable ram
for testing your ram u can run memtest https://www.memtest86.com/
driver related issues are hard to track
u could start with reiinstalling all your system drivers (chipset, soundcard, network card, gpu etc) manually, dont use some unvirseal driver installer
also your OS was not updated for a while now
I have ran memtest before and it comes up with 0 errors. I'll try reinstalling my system drivers but I should mention this is a fairly recent fresh windows reinstall after I previously experienced BSOD's last month.

I'll be sure to update my windows shortly though. I don't turn my pc off often so I didn't even know there was a pending update lol.
 
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if u still get bsod after reinstalling your drivers
follow this guide for enabling driver verifier
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/driver-verifier-tracking-down-a-mis-behaving/f5cb4faf-556b-4b6d-95b3-c48669e4c983
u should create system restore point before u enable it
once enabled, post new memory dumps once it crashes
misbehaving drivers should be trackable by then
I'll look into this thanks. Also, if memtest isn't showing any errors, then is it safe to root out hardware failure as the cause? I've been meaning to upgrade the cpu and mobo but I don't want to sell it to someone if they might be the cause of the BSODs.
 

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