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Exyztence

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Hello :)
My PC is still working since yesterday, the uptime is 16 hours. I'm using it constantly since morning - playing games / using firefox.
I have a razer synapse uninstalled and mousepad unplugged. I hope it's gonna be our solution. I will make any new updates if something happens.
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Oliwier.
 

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Hello Oliwier,

Sounds positive and fingers crossed for you (y)

Be sure to create a new system restore point for the now stable settings and most certainly before you install any updates or change any settings,
 

Exyztence

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Unfortunately, my PC crashed but after about 20 hours of uptime. (since yesterday).
I had my mousepad plugged out. Maybe I have too many USBs? I currently have 6, had 7. Less = lasted longer without bsod
I don't know :/
BSOD in the attachment below.
Regards,
Oliwier.
 

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phillpower2

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No drivers are implicated in the latest crash dmp.

The USB devices we have spent many hours on in the past and is not a path that I am prepared to tread again.

Easiest thing for you to do is disconnect all other USB devices, uninstall the drivers for each one of them, use the computer for a minimum of a full day to see how things go, if no problems, connect and install only the one USB device at a time and then test, again by using the computer for at least 24 hours, only add and install any other USB device after the 24 hour period.

The above is long winded I know but when you have so many USB devices installed it is to be expected I`m afraid.

Fwiw, this is the sort of issue that you would struggle to find a tech to take on tbh, the cost that the man hours would incur would appear to the customer to be extortionate when simply not the case.
 
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