I updated the drivers listed. Most of them were related to updates from programs so I just installed the newer versions of the programs. It still seems as though the BSOD's are coming in hot and heavy and, they really don't like it when I try to update my onboard chipset drivers (nvsmu.sys). The IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSOD won't let up. It seems I can't even get it in safe mode without it comng up. But it appears I was able to get my system to boot normally eventually after about 5 attempts and it seems the chipset drivers are installed correctly seeing as how I have internet access (since it uninstalls my LAN driver and consequently my internet goes down) after this mess. It appears now though that under device manager one of my storage controllers (ACGV9WSC IDE Controller) is either missing the driver or is corrupt. I did not delete any drivers while updating. I did change PxHlpa64.sys to PxHlpa64.BAK while attempting to update it as advised, and changed it back after installing the new driver.
I did notice while looking at the dmp file that it made a reference to the SPTD.sys file. I uninstalled daemon tools and alcohol 120% completely and used the duplex secure link to uninstall the actual SPTD file, when I ran it it was greyed out on the uninstall button (i'm assuming its saying its not longer on my system?) and the only option was to install, which I did not. I've attached the latest BSOD that references the SPTD file and the ata port (might have something to do with why in device manager my ide controller driver is missing or corrupt)
It does seem that this BSOD is the one that kicked off this storm when it started.
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0