Old title: Hey, I've continually had BSoDs. Windows 10.
Hello, folks, I'm looking for some help. In all honesty, it probably won't affect me too much if I get it fixed or not, but I mean, BSoDs are probably considered bad for a reason, right?
To provide what may be useful context, so occasionally, I'd get BSoDs, right? Ehh, I freaked out for a while, but it honestly wasn't that frequent so I wasn't too worried. Computer didn't seem to be having issues either.
Some bad crashes and freezes happened while gaming a lot, so I was pretty annoyed. Turned out it was Windows rudely interrupting my gaming to restart for updates. I didn't know that was gonna happen because I had had a registry key on in Windows 7 to prevent force restarting for any updates. But, in the end, I think I managed to fix that issue. I think.
Oh, and it turned out that my laptop might have been overheating, so after I put a few Duplo (those large Lego blocks) blocks on the corners under my laptop, overheating issues disappeared. No BSoDs from that either.
Also figured out that Nvidia was running some godawful bloatware nonsense that wasn't even supported by my graphics card, and a friend told me a method to disable it from even working.
So, since I got those two things figured out, I supposed that BSoDs would have almost no chance of occuring now, but, voila, they did, which is why I'm posting.
This may be useful, but yesterday, 4/15/16, I was playing Battlefield 3, and the frames were dropping like crazy, and I started rubberbanding at one point. It was highly unusual, and I was pretty positive it wasn't an internet issue, since I fixed those a while back. I thought maybe it could be symptomatic of something else.
I think I've included the useful files. I have included 2 .dmp files from the "C:/WINDOWS/Minidump" folder and one from "C:/WINDOWS/". I also saved an .nfo file. Please tell me if there's anything I'm missing. I'm not in desperate need of help, but I don't think the BSoDs are doing any good to my computer.
Also, according to the BSoD, it was a DRIVER IRQL Not Less or Equal error, I think. That same error was usually the cause of my other, previous BSoDs, which might be useful info.
Edit: Whoops, I didn't realize I didn't upload them correctly.