zuhair mohammed said:
look we got here Either software problem, or hardware problem,
let's work by logic.
first check you computer from the malware (malware fighter 4.5 it's free)or viruses if you pc were clean,then you need to go back to the factory with your windows , and watch every software you install, Especially, Nvidia update.
if you did every thing about the software and the CPU temp was hi you need to check the thermo past on you CPU ,it may need to replaced ,or your CPU base it may need to be fix ,or your cpu fan it may not work correctly and tell me about it,ok? good luck.
I'm running a Malwarebytes scan right now,
I don't know the most about hardware but it seems to be a software problem since the issues started right after I installed a driver? does it make sense?