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28 Jul 2011  

Windows 7 64b Ultimate

Hello Ramesses, welcome to SF! sorry we're late, it's very busy here...

Please find and delete BCUService.exe . It has caused problems and could be malware.

After, please do a full scan with your AV and use a anti malware tool like Malwarebytes.

Please also update or (as a test) delete/disable your apple software, particularly the Bonjour services.

Please also de-install GOM mediaplayer.

Your dumps show a great number of different faults, hard to pinpoint what the real problem is at this point. However, there is a problem with your AVG software. Please update AVG or (as a test) replace by MSE temporarily.

Post back your result please.
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