Got some nasty I/O problems going on. You'll want to do a couple things before running some hardware tests. First, do an SFC Scan
, followed by a CHKDSK (after SFC scan is done, in the recovery console you typed it in, type in chkdsk /r
Once you're done doing those two, now you can do some hardware tests. First, before you do so, if you have anything overclocked, reset everything
to factory defaults. Now, run Memtest86+
for 7+ passes. Then, follow up with Prime95
on Torture Test with Large FFTs for about 9 hours. Any errors on either one of them shows hardware failure, with Memtest being most likely RAM and Prime95 being most likely CPU.
Upon closer inspection of a couple of your crashdumps, I found that there was a solitary bit getting lost in some of your CPU registers. There's a number of things that can cause this. Aside from overclocking, an overheating CPU can also generate this. Check temperatures with HWInfo
with Sensors only
option checked, and run two 30-minute log sessions: one during idle, and another during high load (like compressing a video file with Adobe). Send them to us for analysis. Note that a bad motherboard or power supply can also cause this problem. If you skimped out on getting a cheaper brand PSU that only gives you enough wattage for your system, then I wouldn't doubt putting blame on it (PSU price tiers determine reliability, not performance).