Or the others. I keep on using the old fashioned methods of a clean install routine. That is, wipe drive to start with blank, no-partition HDD then install the OS. Now I may install motherboard, audio, video, WiFi, LAN and apps specific to the machine and if the hardware is good, it does not BSOD.
Hello there. I have one terrible problem. My hardware is fine. I've check it from 2 different service stores. Now the thing is i have a lot of bsod. I have try Driver Verifier,3 different OS (7,8.1 and now windows 10)my drivers is up to date with driver booster 2.4. Bsod and O(orange)sod is system service exception 0x3b 0xC00000005 ntoskrnl and some times is random. plz help me.I've done many format but the problem is always there