I thought I would brief you on how things went.
I followed all the steps you provided and along the way almost at every step I got a BSOD and a lot of different Codes causing the crash. Ive done a sf_diagnostic gathering from the latest BSOD thats added to this post.
For example when I did the WDO full scan the computer crashed twice. Same with WSE full scan. When I tried to do the short scans they both worked and no threats were found.
When I removed all programs except the anti virus to start with windows I got a 7E BSOD when I applied the changes.
Had a crash when I reinstalled the graphic drivers
. I think this was caused by a express install instead of a clean one. After the restart windows made a hdd check which passed with a problem but during login I got a 1E crash and at the restart after this crash I got a 3B at login as well. After the 3B crash the computer worked for a while without crashes but at the next start up I got a BSOD code 34 and a 1A which made me wonder if my RAM was the problem.
What I didn't mention was that I installed a new set of RAM three days before the first BSOD. I didn't think they were the problem but after the 1A crash I tried to replace them with my old ones and after that the computer have not had any crashes even thought I have been playing games and such.
Can you see in the BSOD reports if the rams were the problem or shall I do a memory test on the new pair?