Pending OP Response BSOD Please help

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NeroMorte

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Hello let me give little history what's been going on. First my Memory sticks was giving me problems i was getting Memory Management BSOD errors i ran memory test found out two was bad so i just replaced all of my memory stick with new ones now. and i haven't got no more Memory Management BSOD errors but then my windows system kept locking up on me freezing and programs crashing all sorta of system problems so i ran CHKDSK /f /r and found out hard drive was corrupted it said it fixed them but the system still didn't work right i said to self i will order a new hard drive its about time for new one anyways so i download windows 10 tool so i can reinstall windows 10 pro on my new hard drive i got Now i been getting all kind of bluescreen at random multiple times a day.

i have since a Fresh install of windows and new memory and hard drive Ran CHKDSK, Memory Diagnostics, SFC, DISM they all check out fine, its not an over heating issue my system is liquid cooled and my gpu runs at 30c and cpu at 38c-44c

my motherboard is old from 2008 and i think most my bsod is probably driver issues but im not able to find drivers that will work i tried the motherboard company they said my motherboard will only support windows 8.1 and on there website they only have drivers for windows xp and vista

before all this started happening i had windows 10 pro installed on this system and it was working perfectly now before i had win10 i was on windows 7 and did there free upgrade and i think it kept all drivers i had installed thus why it was working smooth but since i had to reinstall system win10 tried to get the drivers and they wasn't compatible why i getting so much bsod.

Motherboard: Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe
CPU: AMD Phenom 9850 Black Edition
Windows: Windows 10 Pro Build: 19041.508
GPU: Geforce GTX 1050 Ti

any help at all id appreciate so much, if you need anymore information please let me know i have attached few images of the bluescreens i been getting.
 

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NeroMorte

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hello here is the information you asked me to get

Edit by phillpower2: Removed Speccy PDF log for security as it contained the members Windows product key.
 

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phillpower2

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Have you had any more BSOD since your last post.

If the computer is a desktop can you post the brand and model name or number of the power supply (PSU).

Download then run Speccy (free) and post the resultant url for us, details here, this will provide us with information about your computer hardware + any software that you have installed that may explain the present issue/s.

To publish a Speccy profile to the Web:

In Speccy, click File, and then click Publish Snapshot.

In the Publish Snapshot dialog box, click Yes to enable Speccy to proceed.

Speccy publishes the profile and displays a second Publish Snapshot. You can open the URL in your default browser, copy it to the clipboard, or close the dialog box.
 

phillpower2

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i tried the motherboard company they said my motherboard will only support windows 8.1 and on there website they only have drivers for windows xp and vista

This is your problem, you have clean installed Windows 10 version 2004 and it is not compatible with your older hardware, the Windows version 2004 update will not install on older computers the world over one of mine included, if I try and install it via the update offered it gets to 99% of the install being complete and then does the exact same as is shown in the pics in your OP, luckily enough it just reverts back to version 1909.

Only have two suggestions I`m afraid;

If you happen to still have version 1909 on the other storage device, put the device back in the computer.

Real long shot but you could try installing the Vista version of the chipset drivers as it is the lack of any compatible chipset drivers that is primarily the cause of the problem.
 

NeroMorte

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i might still have version 1909 how can i tell if the usb is that current version?

and are you sure version 1909 will be good man i wish i know what version i had installed
 

phillpower2

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How long ago did you save the Windows ISO to your USB device.

Sorry but we cannot give any guarantees and can only suggest things for you to try for free.

Real long shot but you could try installing the Vista version of the chipset drivers as it is the lack of any compatible chipset drivers that is primarily the cause of the problem.

Try these chipset drivers and if still no joy do a clean install using the Windows ISO that you have on your USB device, you have nothing to lose by doing this.