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BSOD's happening for a long time

Hello, the ones who read this.


I have had blue screens on my computer almost since I built it in early 2020, somewhere in February, I just haven't had the motivation to really fix it. During December 2020, my computer got a weird problem that my internet controller wouldn't work if I didn't do a restart after booting, if the computer hadn't gotten a bsod. The message I got then was the one that often has to do with drivers not being up to date (can't remember the name atm). I later found this out and I updated all the drivers. It turned out it was the network driver being old. I only figured this out when I had resolved the problem. 


But the bsod's still happened, not all times I turned on the computer though. (I have only gotten bsod's during boot). 

However, now I wan't to resolve all the problems to be able to just use my computer without any problems.


I have gotten many different bsod messages, some I can remember on top of my head are; System Thread Exeption: Ntfs.sys (The most recent one, happened about one hour ago at the time of writing), Page in nonpaged area, IRQL not less or equal, Memory management. 


I have the dump files from the last five BSOD's. 



OS - Windows 10 Home x64 (version 19042.928) 

This is the original operating system installed on this computer, though not the first on the SSD I am using, but that also was Windows 10.

The OS installed is installed by me, with a key that was automaticly ported from my old pc, with other words, I haven't paid for a license, but I don't have the "Activate Windows" prompt.

The age of my components is around a year and four months, I think I got the most of my components in January 2020.

The OS installed is the OS I installed at the time of building, I don't think I have reinstalled it. 

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600

GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 (Zotac 1050 Mini, from my old prebuilt, don't have money for new one)

MoBo: MSI B450m Mortar Max

PSU: Corsair CX550M

System manufacturer: Me, I guess

Type: Desktop


If I have missed any important information, let me know.

Thanks in advance



051121-8671-01.dmp 051021-7171-01.dmp 050521-9421-01.dmp 042821-6609-01.dmp 042721-6921-01.dmp

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try opening a cmd window as administrator and type sfc /scannow

it will look for and fix corrupted system files, because that sounds like your case.

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Done that many times before, sometimes it has corrected some files but still getting bsod's. 

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