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TacoCraig

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  1. After the first night, I did not have a BSOD. Step 1 appeared to resolve this issue. Thank you for the assistance! TC
  2. Prior to step 1 being completed, I disabled the scheduled scan and I have not had a BSOD. After a couple of days, I returned and followed Step 1 and rebooted. I have enabled the Malwarebytes recommended scheduled scan at the same time and I will see how things progress over the next couple of days. I will report back my findings.
  3. My computer has been crashing nightly (Blue Screen of Death) for over a week now. Bluescreenview shows the dump file as NTOSKrnl.exe as the culprit. I have traced it to when the scheduled scans start in Malwarebytes Premium as the only thing that is starting at the same time as the crash. I have no other scheduled tasks running at that time. I ran through the directions to gather all the info you need to review. Windows 10 Pro version 1903 - came installed It is an AngelTek computer (basically generic) AMD-FX6300 6 core processor Nvidia GTX 1050 video card 16 GB RAM ASUS M5A97-R2 motherboard Malwarebytes version: 4.1.0.56 update package:1.0.23622 Component package: 1.0.896 I verified the drivers, HDD's, and RAM and it all came back good. Any info would awesome! Thanks in advanced! SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip
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