Alright, I just built a new computer (not my first by any means) and this is the first time I've had any kind of trouble. On the first day of starting the machine up I was getting blue screens of all different errors (one of the most common was 3B) and they were all seemingly unrelated. Some errors said not enough disk space, which is impossible, I have plenty. Several involved the kernel, one even involved ntfs.sys. They all suggested a bios update though, so I flashed the bios and the problem went away for 2 days. Then this morning when I went to boot, I couldn't get the system to get much past the welcome screen before blue screening. Every time the error was different, except for 3 3Bs. I formatted the drive, reinstalled Windows 7 (lost the old dump files), and it is happening again.
So It would seem that it is time to RMA some parts, but I cannot pinpoint any truly suspect part.
What I have done so far:
Run a memory diagnostic tool, no errors.
Run chkdsk, no errors.
Updated all drivers
to the latest, removed all software except windows and drivers.
Updated windows to the latest updates.
Used BlueScreenView to try and debunk some issues.
used SF Diagnostic Tool to provide the following file.
I am out of ideas on this, especially since I can be running a very intense game, and leave the computer running for days, and then have a random blue screen kill it. It seems that the blue screen is caused by windows update though, as that is the only problem that runs/installs anything new right around the time of the blue screens.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!