Hello, about 6 months ago I upgraded my computer from a stock Cyberpower PC. I swapped out the PSU, GPU, CPU, RAM, motherboard and just recently the HDD. Ever since I started using my new hardware I experienced random
blue screen errors. The errors would vary from "memory_management" to "bad_pool_header" to "irql_not_less_or_equal" and plenty of other errors. The BSOD's don't seem to have a pattern of when they occur. I could be listening to music, browsing the Steam store, writing an essay, playing a game, etc. Just as a side note, I never received these errors prior to upgrading my system's hardware, and I have a genuine copy of Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. I've been troubleshooting for the past three or so months to no avail. I've run Memtest86+ for two 24-hour durations with no error, I have reseated the RAM and ensured that the voltage is set to what the manufacturer specified as well as removing some sticks or changing the slot that they are in. I've also rebuilt the OS multiple times. Every time I rebuilt, I have no errors for about a week, but then they start to come back, even if all I download is drivers
. My BIOS is updated, as well as all of my other drivers. None of my hardware is overclocked and is set to stock speeds. If anyone has a solution, or could help troubleshoot, it would be much appreciated. My minidump .rar is attached.