Question PC is blue screening 2 minute into bootup

Niall_Boyle

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Yesterday after playing with my friends, I turned my pc off through the start menu and went to sleep. Today when I turned on my PC it started up fine and I logged in and after two minutes the PC bluescreened! And now everytime I start it up it won't crash until I get through the login screen which makes me think it is an application that is causing this.

With the stop code: KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

What failed: NDIS.SYS

I've spent all day researching the issue and most people are reporting it is a graphics & network driver issue and they need updated but both are fully up to date. I have nearly pulled everyone out of my PC and made sure everything was clicked in securely. I decided to check the event viewer an hour ago (forgot it was a thing) and the event is showing as the source is coming from Kernel-Power with an event ID of 41 and a task category of 63.

My specs:

Processor: i7 - 4770k 3.4GHz
RAM: 16gb
GPU: GTX 1070
Motherboard: Asrock H9YM
PSU: EVGA 750 G3
Hard-drive: TOSHIBA 500GB
 

Abhinav2005

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try update your Wi-Fi (network) driver. If its up to date then try reinstalling the drivers.
try "sfc /scannow" in cmd.
This may also caused by malware, also do a malware scan.
 

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