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Hello! I just built a new PC and after four days I got a BSOD with the following error: IQRL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
What could be causing this? Can someone help?
I am attaching the DMP file.
Here are the specs:
Gigabyte GeForce GTX1070
Intel i7 6700K
G.Skill Ripjaws 16GB DDR4
Samsung 850 Evo 250GB
WD Blue 1TB
Corsair RX650 PSU
I am running Windows 7 Professional

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Auto update

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I've installed the files that came on the mobo dvd and then updated again through EZ update. (Could it be related to the norton antivirus? I uninstalled it a few days ago cause it caused some problems but apparently some files were left and soon after the bsod when I found out, I deleted it completely with its uninstall tool)

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Now that you have uninstalled it run the machine and test.

EZ update.
I don't know what updates it fed you so check your machine against the maker's web page.

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Did you use the

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No BSOD but...

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I uninstalled it again using the removal tool and there;s been no bsod for a week so far. But I stumbled upon another issue. The internet suddenly stopped working and all programs stopped working and error "Windows has stopped working, terminate app" popped up. Couldn't bring up Task Manager, everything closed and I was left only with my wallpaper. This is an issue I faced with my previous pc but it had a faulty HDD which I replaced. Could you give me some insight on the issue?

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