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BSoD at various points after startup

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BSoD at various points after startup
Today I as using my pc all was running well and while running a few programs (no more than usual but not a overbearing load) The desktop froze did not change for a few minutes so hardbooted. On restart recieved BSoD. Tried last good config and safe mode at various points after startup recieved BSoD. Pluged hdd into laptop and ran malware bytes on it no problems. Pluged back in and ran normally got BSoD immediatly before entering password(sometimes comes before sometimes after)

BSoD is as follows

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Tecnical Info:
STOP: 0x0000009c (0x00000001, 0x851b64c0, 0xb6000000, 0x00000181)

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Re: BSoD at various points after startup
Has to be a hardware issue. Have you tried pulling out each stick of memory and testing it running one at a time? .. assuming you have 2 or more...

I'd also disconnect any extra's from your system including usb hubs, etc.

It could very well be heat related, so... may be a tough one to figure out.

I'd also try running check disk on the drive.

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