A couple of things come to mind after looking through your system info and crash dumps, most of your BSODs are likely being caused by a driver
malfunctioning however It does not really point tow which one on that note I would like you to enable Driver Verifier by following this tutorial: Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable Warning
: If, once Driver Verifier is enabled, you can not boot into windows restart in safe mode, by tapping f8 while the computer is booting and then selecting safe mode from the text menu, and disable driver verifier from safe mode. then once you have the new crash dumps post them here the same way you posted the old ones.
Also I noticed you had Daemon Tools installed, this had been known to cause BSODs so uninstalling it would be good if only to rule it out. once you have uninstalled Daemon tools download and run this
tool, if when the tool is run the uninstall button is greyed out daemon tools has uninstalled properly. If you need a tool for mounting .ISO files try Magic Disc
my last thought is your anti-virus, try uninstalling Norton with the Norton uninstall tool which can be downloaded here
and replacing it with MSE - Microsoft Security Essentials