Question Getting two different BSOD errors

Oct 6, 2021
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First time posting, hopefully can get some help :)

I got a used PC and wiped it clean; it worked well for a couple of weeks and started getting BSODs. KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED with ntoskrnl.exe primarily when playing games and IQRL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL with nvlddmkm.sys at random times while using the internet. Here's info from Eventviewer, Bluescreenview, and minidump files if needed: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_C-UHAEF6CMP6Zj2zZ1EtXnjkpU0WOzy?usp=sharing

So far, I tried a clean install of graphics card, reinstalling windows, scf /scannow, and a few more but I really don't know what the root cause of it is. So any help is greatly appreciated, otherwise I might try to talk to questionable customer service representatives at Microsoft (again)
 

Bob.B

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First time posting, hopefully can get some help :)

I got a used PC and wiped it clean; it worked well for a couple of weeks and started getting BSODs. KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED with ntoskrnl.exe primarily when playing games and IQRL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL with nvlddmkm.sys at random times while using the internet. Here's info from Eventviewer, Bluescreenview, and minidump files if needed: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_C-UHAEF6CMP6Zj2zZ1EtXnjkpU0WOzy?usp=sharing

So far, I tried a clean install of graphics card, reinstalling windows, scf /scannow, and a few more but I really don't know what the root cause of it is. So any help is greatly appreciated, otherwise I might try to talk to questionable customer service representatives at Microsoft (again)
Can be many things.
Since it is a used machine get a can of air and a small brush.
Give the innards a good cleaning get the heatsinks and fans extra clean.
Don't forget the psu a few shots of air from both directions.
Clean all the filters.
Reseat all plugs.
Power up and make sure all the fans spin up nice.

Load a copy of something like hwinfo and monitor the temps.
 
Oct 6, 2021
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Can be many things.
Since it is a used machine get a can of air and a small brush.
Give the innards a good cleaning get the heatsinks and fans extra clean.
Don't forget the psu a few shots of air from both directions.
Clean all the filters.
Reseat all plugs.
Power up and make sure all the fans spin up nice.

Load a copy of something like hwinfo and monitor the temps.
Cool. I had already dusted the heck out of it, but I'll try reseating stuff. Here's some info I got from hwinfo: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WwttC9mN0HEEPVsdE38ykZ0Mzqz7RnT2/view?usp=sharing
 

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