Solved Multiple BSOD errors

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My PC has been running fine for the past month or so up until recently. I’m getting multiple BSOD errors telling me different things. I’m led to believe this is a driver issue but there’s that many I’m not sure where to start. Just wondered if you could point me in the right direction. Yesterday it went on for an hour, gave me multiple restarts and BSODs, then it went on and I was on it for another 8 hours no problem. The same has happened today. It’s very strange and very random. All my drivers are up to date so I’m wondering what it could possibly be. See attached the BSOD errors and my specs:
 

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I removed one of the RAM sticks and ever since I’ve not had a problem. Could a bad RAM be the cause of multiple random BSODs?
 

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That is a possibility you could test the RAM on stick at a time and see if it gives you the issue.

What are the make and model of the RAM?
 

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Sorry these emails get sent to my junk for some reason for this thread.

Not sure on the make and model but I have had no problems still since removing the second RAM. You can mark this thread as being solved.
 
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