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minidump analyze

elijah11elijah11 Member Posts: 2

Hello,
Im newbie in error troubleshooting. so I will be thankful if someone can guide me to know what is wrong with my system.
recently I have changed my pc components and upgraded them except one of my hdd drives and psu.

sys specs are:
asus prime h310m-k r2.0
Intel Core i3-9100F Processor
Green 650 Watt 80 PLUS GOLD Power Supply (5 years old)
1 HDD 2tb red edition
1 HDD 1tb (10 years old)
2 x 8 gb ram ddr4 2400 dual channel (KVR24N17S8/8)
gpu gtx 1650 super 4 gb oc

I have one windows 7 on old hdd and its running fine.
but windows 10 is on new hdd (red edition) and is crashing frequently even if i dont work with it and leave it idle for sometime.
both operating systems are installed clean .
I reinstalled windows 10 again last night with all component original drivers.
this is my minidumps:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1A0b-3lg65ly9oy2tvsib4XG0-_ft4e9k?usp=sharing

i'd appreciate your help
Thanks

Comments

  • Tim_RobertsTim_Roberts Member - All Emails Posts: 13,605

    Are you doing driver development? If not, then this list is not the right place for your question. We're here to help folks developing drivers, not to debug computer problems.

    One crash is a null pointer reference in an unknown driver. The other is a null pointer reference in your graphics card driver. Could be bad RAM. Could be your anti-virus. Could be flaky power supply.

    Tim Roberts, [email protected]
    Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.

  • elijah11elijah11 Member Posts: 2

    Oh Im really sorry. I was in a rush so I didnt pay attention. but many thanks for the answer.

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