Quote: Originally Posted by interdpth
it's a SR5110nx
attached the minidump
No obvious involvement from sound drivers
in any of these crashes. In fact, they're very diverse: some win32k.sys rendering faults, some memory manager structures broken... even a volsnap initialisation breakdown.
Updating the NIC/sound/video/anti-malware/other drivers is always a good start in these situations.
If that doesn't help, you can get the OS to keep tabs on what the drivers are doing, in the hope of exposing problems in their actions immediately instead of afterwards when it's too late to pinpoint the exact culprit. To enable that extra scrutiny, run VERIFIER /ALL from an elevated (run as admin) command prompt. The next dump after that may contain more specific info. When done with your investigation, disable verifier by running VERIFIER /RESET. You certainly don't want your machine running that way forever.
Lastly, if the machine is over-clocked or under-cooled, that can cause almost any crash pattern imaginable. There's a possibility that your many and varied crashes are caused by a hardware-layer fault.