Sorry those instructions were terrible I admit. Though let's hold off on all that until we deal with the fact the file check came out less than perfect.
The fact that anything comes up corrupted is a bad sign.
Was the scan tool able to repair the damage?
As for the other crashes you've had I can not tell you exactly why they happened as only the one memory dump file was available to me. A single driver
crashing once because of a wake command is not the end of the world in fact it happens more often than it really should. As I said though I can't know what caused your other crashes there is no information available to me other than the one crash.
Now here is the important part to you.
If there is data corruption on the hard drive, it can be caused by a lot of things.
The secure file check you ran finding hits is a bad sign. It means something in the core system files was not as it's supposed to be.
then copy and paste the following into the box that opens.
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
A file will appear on your desktop name sfcdetails.txt, please attach that to your next post.
(it will contain the information related to the scan in the system log)
For the other stuff, let's hold off until I see how bad/good the secure file check actually went.
edit: oh yeah you can close that black box we opened up now.