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30 Jul 2012  

Windows 7
BSOD on boot after Windows logo. Cause: ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+371610 )

Hello. I'm getting a BSOD on boot, immediately after the flying Windows logo (before login screen). The BSOD flashes on the screen for a second, and then the computer reboots. I'm running Windows 7 64 bit.
This problem came out of nowhere as I've been running my PC flawlessly for years.

Possible causes:
* Earlier today, the power cut out whilst Windows was booting up (before the BSOD problem).
* Yesterday, I installed a few games and apps (emulators), but I doubt that is the cause of this.

I am able to boot into safe mode without issue, but I cannot boot into normal Windows.

Steps I've taken to try and solve this:
* Windows Startup Repair - It failed (It was unable to fix the problem)
* System Restore to a few days prior, no effect.
* Unplugged all USB/peripherals from my PC (including keyboard).
* Removed and reinserted the RAM
* Restored BIOS to factory defaults
* Opened the Windows/Minidump file, it says fault was "Probably caused by ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+371610 )"
* Ran memtest86 for a while to check memory. 1 Pass, 0 errors.
* In safe mode, ran MSconfig and disabled all non-Microsoft entries from "Services" and "Startup" tabs

None of the above has fixed the problem, and I don't know what else to try. Any help is much appreciated.
(I have attached the minidumps).
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