Hello @Ernest we apologize for just now responding to your post. We have more resources now dedicated to Community Forum Posts. So we're now better able to reply to posts on the Forum. I'm not sure if you have found the answer to your BSOD errors. One thing you can do is update you Graphic card drivers. Seem like its giving a BSOD when playing a game which will increase your graphic card usage which could get you the BSOD when playing Minecraft. The drivers may need to be updated.Another area to look at is the motherboard chipset driver. Looks like the Asrock a320M has a AMD Chipset Driver update. You could also download and install that chipset driver update as well. Make sure your windows is update as well. After looking at those few items mentioned above and it still gives you the BSOD. The last option would be to do a PC reset to reinstall windows internally or do a clean install of windows if you have a installation disk or USB.
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