I'm running Windows 7 64 bit... it is not OEM. I installed it fresh over a clean hard drive a few months ago. The laptop is a Gateway P-7811fx. It's about 3 years old and it a gaming laptop with a dedicated GPU.
Since the issues began I have run extensive MemTests, DriveSweeper, and Seatools... Checkdsk... I did find a few bad sectors but they were corrected. Other than that no issues. I am running the latest Nvidia driver
The BSOD's are usually related to nvdlmkm.sys, dxgmms1.sys and a very few times mshaci.sys.
My core temps were high maxing out in the mid 70's and idling in the 50's, but I blew out the fan and heatsinks with compressed air and the temps dropped to idling in the low 40's and maxing in the mid 50's.
I have tried to run Malwarebyes full scan 3 times now and each time it has crashed to a BSOD somewhere during it....
I am getting BSOD's 3-4 times a day. I have still had one since blowing out the fans and heatsink.
I am running an external 1TB toshiba HD connected via eSATA. I started using this right about the same time I installed Windows 7 x64.
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Thanks VERY much for any advice and/or suggestions,