PC SupportBSOD please help
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Okay, I've ran multiple tests and configurations to try and figure out the primary cause. I think it could be my GPU. However, I'm just unsure. I searched the codes and all the codes go say that it relates to "third party software." I've fully reset my pc 2 times. I've uninstalled windows and reinstalled them, backed them up, updated all drivers manually, everything. I only get blue screened when 1 of 2 things are happening. I'm either 1, watching something on Netflix via app and via internet, or two, leave it running without doing anything. I could be gaming and nothing would happen. It only happens when I'm watching YouTube or Netflix or something video related. Or, when I just leave it running, idling per say. A list of the error codes are as follows:Kernel Security check , IDEO_TDR_TIMEOUT_DETECTED, PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGE_AREA, CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED, SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION, DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION, or IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
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Download Whocrashed & post below screenshot of what you get
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Adam wrote Download Whocrashed & post below screenshot of what you get
the conclusion: 6 crash dumps have been found and analyzed. No offending third party drivers have been found. Consider using WhoCrashed Professional which offers more detailed analysis using symbol resolution. Also configuring your system to produce a full memory dump may help you."
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Is your graphics card updated with the latest drivers that arent offered on Windows Update?
example being GeForce Experience for nvidia cards
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XBL-AB wrote Is your graphics card updated with the latest drivers that arent offered on Windows Update?
example being GeForce Experience for nvidia cards
Yeah. Ironically as I was responding my pc crashed. "Kmode_Exception_Not_Handeled
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Wow interesting error codes...

Adam made a great suggestion about using WhoCrashed, I have a pro copy which I managed to find by accidently downloading it from the internet, I'm sure you can do the same thing too.

Another thing I would consider is downloading Hirens and making a bootable drive. Run the hardware diagnostics from the drive and let it complete. I would then post your results in here to see if anything can point you in the right direction.

Are you able to test your theory with it being the GPU? Are you able to take out your GPU and continue to use your PC normally? Hopefully you have an Intel chip or a Ryzen chip with built in graphics

Check for a BIOS update too, it may fix compatibility issues like this. Did it just start happening all of a sudden or did it happen after an update such as a feature update from Windows?
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What version of Windows are you using? Use "winver" to find out. Usually an in-place upgrade sorts out BSOD issues.
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