Need help with Blue Screen of Death

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phillpower2

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It is worth us taking a look at the latest crashes even if only to confirm that Windows is hosed, we know where to go next and that will tell us whether or not a clean install of Windows and system drivers is required, we will check those dmps first though, see attachment below which shows that you have registry issues;
 

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Dren_Dern

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Attached the latest crashes. Last one was when I was using the internet, first two I think were on startup.
 

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phillpower2

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Same memorycompression issue flagged up in the last two dmps with Windows services being the earliest of the three.

Back up your drive to an external source before doing the below.

Check for any firmware update for the SSD, you can do this at the Seagate page here

Do a Windows 10 reset but keep your files etc, steps for that here

If the above does not help we should properly test your RAM, check the health of the SSD and if both of those are in the clear do a clean install of Windows and the system drivers.
 
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