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  1. I began doing the memory test before I went to work and right before I left (about 20 mins or so), the errors were at about 500 for many of the tests. When I came back from work, they were at 26632 after 8 hours of going. I decided to just move one of the sticks over and run another test. After I ran that test, I only got 58 errors after one pass. Is it possible that one of the slots on my motherboard is faulty?
  2. Title says it all. The most common ones I see pop up are Critical_Structure_Error and Memory_Management. I haven't seen the last one in forever, but I had the Critical Structure Error not too long ago, twice in one night. Here is everything required: OS:Windows 10 64 bit Original OS was Windows 10 Full Retail Version All the hardware is 3 months old OS has been reinstalled so many times it is slightly unreal, actually installed Windows 7 at one point to see if it work and it didn't. CPU:AMD - Athlon X4 845 3.5 GHz Quad-Core Processor V
  3. Something is still up. Just got critical_structure_corruption BSOD.
  4. sorry, missed that. No more blue screens, but really only getting on this pc to reply on here. Yesterday after the fix though, I noticed I didn't have to replug my adapter in for me to connect after a reboot, it just auto connected like every adapter should! but when i just turned on my pc now ,i had to replug my adapter to connect back to the internet. Fixlog.txt
  5. Here ya go. Did everything listed. Interesting thing to note, after FRST ran the fix and my computer restarted, I signed in and my computer got a bluescreen. The code was WATCHDOG_VIOLATION. My pc restarted and I was able to sign in then. Below are the files needed. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  6. Here ya go. Malwarebytes Summary.txt AdwCleaner[S0].txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  7. Hey, got infected a while back and have tried SEVERAL fresh installs of windows while wiping my drive. I constantly get blue screens due to memory management, and web pages oh google chrome will get the aww snap error. My brother had the same virus a few months back, as we downloaded a file from the same source. He was able to fix it here, so im hoping for the same fortune! Below is my attached FRST64 log as well as my powertools log. Thank yall! here is my brothers post for reference of the steps needed. Some interesting this is windows RE was needed. FRST.txt
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