Constant BSODs only while not playing games

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I've been getting many BSODs all with at least 5 different error codes, and they can happen randomly while doing anything but playing games. When I'm inside any game it never happens, and that is the strangest thing to me.

All I know is this is probably a .sys file or a driver problem (at least the error codes say so), and to my knowledge all my drivers are up to date.

Looked into the minidumps but cant really get anything out of them so I'll attach it for you guys.

Would appreciate any bit of help.

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Hi,
there is a free tool called WhoCrashed, you can use it to get more info about your BSODs
https://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

by the way, is your Windows up to date?