CONSTANT BSOD's

I'm constantly having problems with my computer getting BSOD's. It's a brand new computer with Windows freshly installed. I've installed drivers etc.

Most recent BSOD was SYSTEM_CHECK_EXCEPTION

I've also had:
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
BAD_POOL_CALLER

Think I've had:
STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH

Plus more which I can't remember. It's starting to annoy me, and I read that SYSTEM_CHECK_EXCEPTION is a video card problem or the drivers, but I think it may be my ram :/ It's cheap stuff.

Main specs;
AMD Athlon II X3 445
4GB ebuyer value ram
Nvidia GTS450
WD Caviar Blue 500GB
MSI 880G AM3 motherboard
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  1. Heres a screenshot; http://www.simplebucket.com/p/mdgymdi?size=orig

    ntoskrnl.exe
    win32k.sys

    Is this correct?
  2. Hardware Acceleration is greyed out.. Can't access it. Don't have PCanywhere. Had another BSOD. nsiproxy.sis
  3. sys*
  4. Uninstall anything related to symantec, it turns itself into a strain of malware and damages vital system components usually.
  5. Nothing related to symantec is installed on my computer, I'm on a fresh reformat and install and also have KIS 2011 installed. I could not turn off hardware acceleration, dadiggle.
  6. You believe KIS is causing the BSOD's? What would be a better option than Kaspersky?
  7. ^Microsoft Security Essentials or Avast.
  8. Read this just before after a Google search on nsiproxy.sys. Looks like I'm going for MSE. Should I reformat and reinstall yet again, or should that not be a problem?
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