Question Windows 10 BSOD randomly happening on x64 computer

The_Prophecy

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Not really seeing anything specific. First couple things I would suggest are:

  1. Update Windows to (Edit) 21H1 as soon as you can.
  2. Update the core component's drivers (Video, Audio, Network)
When I ran the dump through WinDbg here, it showed the image name as ntkrnlmp.exe. Some Googling showed that bluescreens with the error code DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL involving ntkrnlmp.exe seem to be mostly associated with video drivers, so I would prioritize that one first.
 
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Not really seeing anything specific. First couple things I would suggest are:

  1. Update Windows to 20H2 as soon as you can.
  2. Update the core component's drivers (Video, Audio, Network)
When I ran the dump through WinDbg here, it showed the image name as ntkrnlmp.exe. Some Googling showed that bluescreens with the error code DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL involving ntkrnlmp.exe seem to be mostly associated with video drivers, so I would prioritize that one first.
The BSOding happened because I used Driver Easy, as soon as I booted into windows I used a trusted driver program, which is free, called Snappy Driver Installer. After reinstalling all the drivers and restarting, the BSODs never happened again.

My windows 10 is already running 20H2 already btw.
 

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