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Windows 7 BSOD Kernal Error, please help

Hello everyone I am using,
Windows 7 Ultimate 64x
CPU: Intel i-3 3225
GPU: GTX 650 TI Boost
RAM: 4 gb DDR3

I have CHKDSKed multiple times, tried do to a device verifier because I got a troubling BSOD that read that I had a device driver attempting to corrupt my system, and I am very worried as I write this that I will get another BSOD.

I have also used PASSMARKs S.M.A.R.T disk check, with no errors.

I have the dump files from the multiple BSODs that occured and they are in the following link https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0QCmNlduedYTZ1OXJaSm4xNFE/edit?usp=sharing

If there is any other information you need please let me know, and thank you!

Update: I should probably state the names of the errors, I have been getting, they are;

KERNAL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR
KERNAL POWER (41)
DEVICE DRIVER IS ATTEMPTING TO CORRUPT YOUR SYSTEM (NTFS.SYS)

I BSODed again, this time I got the PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (ataport.sys)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0QCmNlduedMGNrM05KejJ1LVE/edit?usp=sharing For the new dmpfile
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  1. Best answer
    the basics:
    If you have Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) that is garbage and you need to uninstall it first
    go to www.filehippo.com and download / install AVAST! or AVG and have them to a FULL SCAN of your computer.
    downloaded and run MALWAREBYTES to run a full scan and clean the PC, Malware is DIFFERENT then viruses
    Download Slim Driver and make sure all drivers are up to date.
    Download SPECCY and post the first tab here, this will give us also you IDLE temp
    Download install MSI Afterburner, then run some games or other 3D apps, if you do crash, what was the temp?
    Open the case, use canned air and blow out all the bunnies inside, use a paint brush on the vent , fans, grills, etc.

    See where we stand once all these are done.

    OH FY: Error 41 there is just saying "HEY you powered me off without me shutting down all the files I had open right you idiot!!". Be like the same thing as running a red light and someone yelling at you that you 'ran a red light', you sort of know you did it wrong already.
  2. Ok, So I did all the things,

    Turns out I had a bunch of drivers that were not updated, whoops! Mostly just audio and usb driver updates, but that might of been the problem.

    I cleaned, and full scanned with Avast and Malbytes and got a total of 3 infections which I took care of.

    Cleaned caches, cookies and defragged.


    Streaming videos and whatnot seems to work perfectly!

    Ok, I think your "basics" were exactly what I needed! Thanks!
  3. Woah, so I just got another PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA BSOD....
  4. Now are you getting the BSOD in 'one thing' like only DOTA2 or CIV5. We are looking for consistancy. I also suggest running MSI Afterburner to see 'ingame' your FPS and Temps so you can be mindful. Can't see your Speccy as your G Drive is not open to public, better if you had it on a open Screencap site like Jing does.
  5. Tom Tancredi said:
    Now are you getting the BSOD in 'one thing' like only DOTA2 or CIV5. We are looking for consistancy. I also suggest running MSI Afterburner to see 'ingame' your FPS and Temps so you can be mindful. Can't see your Speccy as your G Drive is not open to public, better if you had it on a open Screencap site like Jing does.


    Wow, you keep sending me so many awesome programs! Life is getting a lot easier just getting software like slim drivers and Jing! I will get to work on getting temperatures. Thanks again!

    Oh, and I keep BSODing while watching videos on the internet mainly.. but that might have something to do with my GPU? Not completely sure. But I will get the MSI Afterburner information.

    I changed the drive so the speccy files should be view-able now, https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0QCmNlduedRkVUNTYxYmxkNXc/edit?usp=sharing

    http://screencast.com/t/Y5raAfKMGGkk DOTA 2 screencap
    http://screencast.com/t/1LI030S9kq CIV 5 screencap

    When I watch vids on the internet i hover at around (above and below) 30c on GPU through Storage so, I can't think it is a heating problem. CPU is just under 40c

    UPDATE: Oh man, so more crashes later, again when I was watching a video on youtube... so definitely streaming videos from the internet seems to be the reason. I have the dmpfiles here and remembered to enable public viewing this time.. Please take a look.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0QCmNldueddjF4R0gyb0dKaVU/edit?usp=sharing
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