Stream Crashes after ~1 hour, Cannot restart OBS/BSoD

yngkgl

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This has been an occurrence for over a year, but used to not happen.
Being very aware that DAWs are high in CPU usage, I've already tried using as few apps as possible, closing background apps as well. Only occurring while using FL Studio.

Basically, going as far as to completely closing out of my antimalware while streaming and still getting crashes around the same time (1hr-1.5hrs)
Attached are just from the past 3 days (not sure why there are multiples from the same streams).

EDIT: When restarting OBS, I get the "there's already an instance of OBS running" message when there isn't. When clicking "run anyway", my computer blue screens with a BAD_POOL_HEADER error.
 

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yngkgl

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Bump.
Sorry for the double post, I'm just trying to get this issue solved otherwise I plan on gambling on purchasing a capture card and using another PC to stream from. Attached is my latest stream crash as well as the most recent log from the "crash" folder.
 

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yngkgl

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If anyone comes across this issue while using FL Studio, I've found a fix/workaround.
I always used ASIO4ALL, which tends to crash when switching sound devices in the program or prevent FL from opening properly without removing the sound device. I switched to "FL Studio Asio" and have had no issues since.
 
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