Help with bluescreens

Eskimo1313

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Usually within an hour my computer will blue screen from irql not less or equal, system service exception, or page fault in nonpaged area. I have already done sfc.exe /scannow and run chkdsk /f /r although I don't know if chkdsk finished before it crashed because it takes like 5 hours and I fell asleep and when I woke up my computer was on a blue screen. Here are links to recent crash dumps

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKR0FEUF9DaVNZN3M/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKVGJydk5GSVRWSnM/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKZm43dTJhSWtTdmM/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKVUxtUVJKVVVlNkE/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKaWlmRTUyRmFjRDg/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKbFFTN3g5SmlYOFk/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKeF9HN2JJZzFMRTg/view?usp=sharing

System specs
CPU: Intel core i7 4770k
MB: Z87-D3HP-CF
RAM: 16GB DDR3 (8GB just added)
GPU: MSI GTX 980 (Just replaced AMD 7950 uninstalled drivers and deleted AMD folder)
Power supply: Corsair CX600
OS: Windows 7

I also upgraded to windows 10 and added the ram and gpu when this started happening and then went back to windows 7 because I thought the crashing was caused by windows 10.

Update

here is a more BSOD dump file
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3dTHMwtPFvKU2RWbl91RTk0dUk/view?usp=sharing
 

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I have since run memtest through 11 passes and no errors. I have also downloaded CCleaner and cleaned the registry and it now seems the only bluescreen I still get is caused by ntoskrnl.exe
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Just got a bluescreen that said memory management for the first time and the bluescreen froze so no dump file was created
 

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no it didn't when I left it on all night in safemode it was still on my desktop in the morning

It is also taking longer to shut down and startup my computer than it used to
 

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If it runs in safe mode but BSODs quickly otherwise, it is very often a bad driver. I would clear out the drivers and reinstall all of the latest from the manufacturer support web site.

And if all else fails, you can backup your data and do a repair installation like THIS but I think that you may find that a driver is the problem.
 

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Well I went and triple uninstalled every display driver with DDU and installed the second most recent nvidia driver because I saw some people had problems with the newest one and now my computer BSODs to driver irql not less or equal or just irql not less or equal after about 3-5 hours after I startup and even made it through a night without crashing vs. before when it could only run for 1.5 hours max without BSOD. This is definatley an improvement but the new BSODs don't create a dump file for some reason even though I double checked to make sure my computer was set to make them.
 

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Are there any ways to test any other drivers besides going in the device manager and manually checking if everything is updated which I just did and a bluetooth adapter driver got updated
 

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Since I am going to add a second hard drive to my computer anyway since this one is almost full could I just install the new one and put windows7 on it and delete windows from the old one and see if that works?
 

RealBeast

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If you are going to replace the Windows 7 installation, remove the current drive and install the new drive. Then install Windows to the new drive. After installing all the new motherboard drivers and Windows updates, attach the old drive and move any files to the new drive that you want on it.

Then after everything is working well, and you get all the old data off the old drive, you can reformat the old drive and use it for storage.
 

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Can't I just get rid of windows from the old drive or is that not possible?
 
my debugger was unable to read any of your memory dump files.
this can be an indication of corruption.

either, corruption when the file was created, or as it was copied from the drive up to the cloud server.

local corruption could be caused by many things, but I would be checking for SATA driver updates for you motherboard first. then firmware update to your drive. I would also read the drives smart data using crystaldiskinfo.exe and see if the drive is showing errors.

if you are getting the file corrupted on the upload, update your ethernet drivers.
 

Eskimo1313

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Thanks for all the help! I went and got all of the drivers that I needed and now I just need to delete what I dont need from the old drive
 

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