Random BSODs after installing new GPU and memory, can't find cause

As the title states above, I've been getting random BSODs after installing a GTX 770 and a single 8 gb stick of RAM.

They occur seemingly at random, and anywhere between a day to a week apart. Bug checks and associated drivers also vary a lot.

I used to have an AMD card before, and I've went through nearly every length to make sure all drivers & software pertaining to my AMD card are gone. I've made absolute certain that my current GPUs drivers are up to date. I've also ran memtest for about four hours, and didn't find anything.

Checked for viruses, malware, everything. Found nothing. It's incredibly frustrating.

Here's a screenshot from bluescreenview http://i.imgur.com/K7TKlBa.png
And the dump files in question https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2S12tawDSPHTlk4MENvTWpmRlk

Any help at all would be appreciated. Thanks!

Edit: Forgot to include my system specs.

MSI MS-7850 Motherboad
Intel Core i5 4570 @ 3.2 Ghz
GeForce GTX 770 2GB
Windows 10 Home
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  1. Says this file is not commonly downloaded, and maybe unsafe to open. Why I have no idea.

    This is in firefox when I downloaded it

    Looks like your video drivers are crashing

    The USB 3 drivers - usbxhci.sys are crashing. Update the USB 3 drivers. This maybe causing the hidclass.sys crash as well
  2. Paul NZ said:
    Says this file is not commonly downloaded, and maybe unsafe to open. Why I have no idea.

    This is in firefox when I downloaded it

    I uploaded the files just before I made the thread. AFAIK Google Drive always says that,
  3. Whats USB and plugged into a port?
  4. Paul NZ said:
    Whats USB and plugged into a port?

    Mouse, keyboard, headset, and a gamepad. I've had them all plugged in months before the bluescreens started happening.
  5. overall I would guess your old sound driver is corrupting system memory and causing the various bugchecks:
    looking at your most current bugcheck first:

    stack was corrupted, near avast! Virtualization Driver
    this can be a bug in avast software but often can be a the avast software messing up because of a old ethernet driver like this one:
    Rt64win7.sys Mon Nov 25 23:33:02 2013
    Realtek RTL8168D/8111D Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC
    go here and install the new version and see if your problems go away:

    you also have some old intel drivers, you might want to go to here and run intel's driver update tool:
    - very old driver: nvoclk64.sys Tue Sep 15 14:59:25 2009
    : nVidia System Utility Driver
    I would not expect this driver to be on your system. I think some plug and play detection picked the wrong video card and installed the old drivers. you will want to remove them.
    (you might have to remove them using the PNPutil.exe command)

    this driver:ScpVBus.sys Sun May 5 14:31:26 2013
    Scarlet.Crush Productions Scp Dual Shock 3 Virtual Bus Driver
    it corrupts data in memory and should be removed, there is no replacement driver.
    the corruption tends to take like 8 hours and your system was up only 17 minutes so it is NOT the likely cause of this corruption.

    - I would also do a malwarebytes scan
    -looks like you are one bios version out of date:

    you will want to install your current drivers:
    https://us.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z97-PC-Mate.html#down-driver&Win10 64
    be sure to install the audio driver and delete the old 2009 audio driver/remove it from your system.
    I would install all of the driver updates for your mother board, then go and get the intel updates
    if you still have problems.

    - the only update in the BIOS that might help was the microcode update, it adds fixes for known bugs in various cpus.

    MBfilt64.sys Thu Jul 30 20:40:32 2009 (very old driver)

    machine info:
    BIOS Version V4.10
    BIOS Release Date 08/11/2015

    Manufacturer MSI
    Product Name MS-7850
    Version 1.0
    Manufacturer MSI
    Product Z97 PC Mate(MS-7850)
    Processor Version Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4570 CPU @ 3.20GHz
    Processor Voltage 8ch - 1.2V
    External Clock 100MHz
    Max Speed 3800MHz
    Current Speed 3200MHz
  6. There are old drivers on the hdd ScpVBus.sys 4 yrs old. Scarlett crush something

    I would uninstall Avast for now, then use their removal tool to remove the rest of it

    See if there are any updates for the Intel Rapid Storage drivers. Yours are 3 yrs old

    Uninstall the Nvidia drivers.

    If the videocard is a brand (ie: ASUS, Gigabyte) get the drivers off their site. Not the Nvidia site

    The latest Nvidia drivers are buggy as.

    After you download the drivers from whatever site, tick clean install, untick everything else but the drivers and HDMI audio

    This driver nvoclk64.sys is 8 yrs old. nVidia System Utility Driver. It maybe Ntune.

    Uninstall it. Old drivers can crash windows. I dont know what this belongs to vrtaucbl.sys nothing comes up in Google
  7. wrong board maybe cause I see Z87-G41 PC Mate as a ms-7850 ?? not a Product Z97 PC Mate(MS-7850] ..???

    maybe hes using the wrong board and drivers ??



    also like as from here as well '' Z87-G41 PC Mate(MS-7850)

  8. johnbl said:


    So I've installed/removed the drivers you suggested, however I just woke up to the aftermath of another bluescreen. This time bluescreenview says it's caused by my USB3.0 drivers. I checked device manager and they're apparently up to date. I also tried using the intel update utility, but it instantly crashes whenever I click Download.

    bluescreenview: https://i.imgur.com/l3pEBoh.png
    new dump file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2S12tawDSPHX2dxS21vV3ZZYTQ

    I'm really hoping I don't have faulty hardware. Any suggestions? :??:
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