First follow usasma's advice and try to get that driver
removed, that is more likely to help your system run stable.
After you get the drivers
corrected and if your system is not stable, then we can look at the RAM settings.
Did you run memtest or memtest86+? They are two different programs.
On your motherboard's BIOS the IMC (Integrated Memory Controller) voltage is 'CPU NB VID Control', change this to 'Manual' and you should see a number, post it after the drivers are corrected.
Also post the CPUZ SPD tab for slot #2, slot #1 is empty.
Have you tried using Driver Sweeper after uninstalling the AMD Graphics driver?