After the Windows 10 1803 update, I started seeing random BSODs. This was not a problem prior to the update. After trying the Windows 10 Troubleshooting tools and going through the recommendations on the forums, I am still getting a BSOD every 5 to 10 minutes.
DISM /Online /cleanup-image /restore-health
Report no problems.
The Microsoft Bluescreen Troubleshooter finds no issues.
The Bluescreen Viewer from NirSoft points to NTOSKRNL.EXE but I don't see a specific driver that caused the crash.
This seems to indicate that the 1803 updates are not compatible with one or more of the drivers on the machine.
Are there any third-party tools that can be used to determine the drivers? Also are there any ways to "ghost" the applications and data on the machine to an External Drive so that they may be used on another PC?
This PC has never recovered from the initial 1803 update.
Are there any diagnostic tools or procedures that can detect issues that are not found by the Windows 10 Troubleshooting Utilities?