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Hi Mike, I will try and assist you with your random crashing you are having. You say you are getting BSOD's. Can you provide the information on the BSOD screen. Specifically the last line when it give you a long string with numbers and letters, with comma's between the sets. Thanks
Here is a link at a site i found with the bsod error you have given. Have you tried it yet? Also have you updated the firmware on the hard drive if there is one available?http://www.thewindowsclub.com/dpc_watchdog_violation-blue-screen-in-windows-10
In device manager delete all network connection. When it ask to delete driver files. Make sure you check the box so it deletes drivers. Restart computer and see if device manager shows a couple devices as not installed. Try and reinstall the drivers for each item yhat doesnt have a driver installed. Did you see if there was a hard drive update? Also when you installed windows 10. Was it a clean install or an windows 7 upgrade to windows 10?