Greetings wise wizards of EE:
I'm helping a friend with a Dell XPS desktop PC, running Windows 10. He has been occasionally experiencing the dreaded Blue Screen of Death for about a year, but it is appearing more frequently of late.
I checked his video driver (he has a Radeon dedicated video card) and it was up to date. I also air-dusted his machine, as the processor fan heat sink had accumulated a moderate amount of dust, which was causing his fan to run fairly frequently. His machine appeared in otherwise good health, with no obvious Internet threats.
Attached to this question a few of the most recent mnidump files that I copied from his C:\Windows\Minidump folder, that were generated by the BSOD. I now request an analysis of the minidump files, to learn what is causing the BSOD. Though I am grateful for any response, I specifically request an analysis of the minidumps, rather than just general maintenance & security advance, so I can tackle the solution directly.
Many thanks indeed,