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brainguarder

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Hello, I have been attempting to determine exactly the culprit however, though using microsofts server, I can not get symcheck to build a proper symbol directory it just keeps saying its wrong. Never gone this far into detail regarding a problem however the BSOD is on a FRESH restore after Ubuntu accidently overwrote the mbr of my internal when I was installing on an external. I restored to factory default and everything was going great but particularily every time I run a torrent the BSOD occurs.

I have went through and to microsofts driver pack and attempted to update everything. I also have installed every update including the firmware from Microsoft windows update.

I am at loss, any help would be greatly appreciated.

attached is the minidumps you likely will need. I have configured my computer to do a complete dump. I can also post that if necessary once I generate it.

I should add I do have a usb wifi as well but also installed updated driver from manufacturer. all drivers signed no 3rd party.

Thank you.
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I should add this has now occurred with the torrenting software removed.
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No minidumps attached, try again.
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