Quote: Originally Posted by cskn0125
The hardware is unreliable
The most likely culprit is the RAM, though it is impossible to be certain given the info available.
Many of your minidumps show a memory corruption pattern known as a "stride" which is characteristic of address line issues on the way to or from RAM. For example, given some fictitious data: 01011011 01011001 01101001 00011000 11001011 11111000 10110010 01101001
Only the 6th bit of each byte is mangled, as if the problem is "striding" through the data. In reality, the selector which controls that line (RAM is like a matrix) is bad, so that any byte stored there is likely to have its 6th bit chewed up.
Several remaining minidumps reveal another hardware defect signature known as "IP misalignment". It is also usually caused by unreliable memory.
The chances of a software cause are unfortunately vanishingly small, so I'd like to second WallyInNC's recommendation to run some heavy duty memory diagnostics - for many hours if necessary.