Question Windows "shut down unexpectedly" / "PC rebooted from bugcheck". Is this worrying?

Here is the dump file: https://files.catbox.moe/drc99p.dmp

Have done nothing different to PC recently, except that it's probably on it's last legs (last week installed a spare gtx 760 for my previous one that was dying). It's been fine all week.
System Maintenance error/time.

I dont understand any of this sadly...
Help/insight would be appreciated.

Thank you
Full system specs including age psu maybe on the way out the door not the system itself
 

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Full system specs including age psu maybe on the way out the door not the system itself
Hi

Does this help with specs? (last week swapped a (dying) GPU) with a spare GTX 760 if this helps).
This is my PSU. It's from 2013 (when I bought this pre-built PC). Old I know.

I am planning a new/full PC build in next few weeks/month as an FYI. Just worried about this issue atm.
 
Hi

Does this help with specs? (last week swapped a (dying) GPU) with a spare GTX 760 if this helps).
This is my PSU. It's from 2013 (when I bought this pre-built PC). Old I know.

I am planning a new/full PC build in next few weeks/month as an FYI. Just worried about this issue atm.
Try giving this a shot there's one more I will post on a moment but this is a old system that seems to have had drives and the bios neglected, windows 10 on these machines "REQUIRER" a bios update for proper support
 

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Try giving this a shot there's one more I will post on a moment but this is a old system that seems to have had drives and the bios neglected, windows 10 on these machines "REQUIRER" a bios update for proper support
Sorry, didnt quite understand.

Are you saying I need to flash the BIOS now to update? As it doesnt like HD compatibility?
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