windows 10 crashes every day several times

I got a W10 Pro. It is crashing at startup or during working every day> Today it crashes 3 times after log in.

Bluescreen dumps aren't created although i enabled this(erroe eventid 45, volmgr system cannot load crashdump). I did a repair install, but that didnt help.

I checked the memroy but that did give an error.

I already asked this question a few weeks ago, but i didnt get an answer anymore and now the question is compeltely gone.
I checked the eventvwr for error during the crash, but it is difficult to find something. Several crashed in a row makes that difficult.

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Hi enkidoe72

I am Dave, an Independent Advisor, I will help you with this . . .

Please check to see if your PC is producing any minidump files, I will check those to see if they provide any insight into a potential cause of the system crashes . . .

Open Windows File Explorer

Navigate to C:\Windows\Minidump

Copy any minidump files onto your Desktop, then zip those up

Upload the zip file to the Cloud (OneDrive, DropBox . . . etc.), then choose to share those and get a share link

Then post the link here to the zip file, so we can take a look for you . . .
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many thanks for the reply. No minidumps are created

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Hi enkidoe72

In your Windows folder, is there a large Memory.dmp file?
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no memory.dump available. I enabled the kerneldump, maybe that one will be created.

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Okay, if a kernel dump is created, I will look at that for you . . .
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thanks, i will keep you informed

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had 2 blue screens in a row this morning, right after the first boot and logging onto the system. There is again no memory.dmp for the kernel dump. 

again i am having an event-id 45 error in the systemes eventvwr that the crashdumpdriiver cannot be loaded

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Hi enkidoe72

Without dump files, it is very hard to work out an underlying cause, try the steps on the page below, to get Windows 10 to produce small memory dump files:

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5560-config...

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one of the problems also is that the eventvwr is registrating that the dump cannot be created, but it is not telling why. 
Did get twice the Whea_uncorrectable_erro BS today.

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Hi enkidoe72

Okay, we can do some troubleshooting, because of the Event Id 45, volmgr system error, try the following, then wait to see if your system crashes, and if so, does it then see if a dump file is created . . .

Go to the support page for your PC or Motherboard on the manufacturers website, then from there, download and install the version of Chipset drivers they recommend and while there, check for any BIOS update that may need to be installed
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