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13 Feb 2012  
writhziden

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

I note that your most recent crash was network/antivirus related. Do you have the full versions of MSE and Malwarebytes installed? If so, remove one of the two. Having two full security suites installed is known to cause instability. Also, a crash due to your network adapter driver signifies you may want to update or re-install the driver as it is either outdated or corrupted.

The rest of your crashes point to your file system/SSD drive.
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