I really appreciate your help
@usasma: I really want to thank you for your valuable assistance.
Before disabling verifier exe, I got 1 BSOD last night, and in the blue screen I saw kl1.sys
and I googled and found out that it is related to Kaspersky, I can't understand how I got all the possible bsod errors, as you say I am beginning to think that that is a hardware issue rather than a driver
issue.And when I start Pc I watch glowing "windows starting screen" at least for 10 minutes and then I can log into windows, it is weird that every time it boots in the second time, sometime I get a BSOD sometime not.Below is the dump file(before disabling verifier)
I have run sfc / scannow command and also it has found no errors which means there is no defect in system files... Zippyshare.com - 121209-25849-01.dmp
Now I will, as you have written, disable Driver Verifier by deleting the current settings and select only windows drivers
and will tell you the result.
And I contacted Nvidia because zigzag3143 had told me that it was a nividia driver issue(nvlddmkm.sys as was stated in one of my dumps) They sent me an e-mail like that:
I understand that you are you are receiving error message about nvlddmkm.sys with BSOD.
nvlddmkm.sys error message may occur due to some instability, graphics driver issue or graphics card problem. Therefore, in order to assist you better and to determine the nature of problem you are experiencing, I will need additional information.
1) Since, when you are experiencing this issue? Was it working before?
2) Did you uninstall the old display driver, prior to installing the new driver for your graphics card?
3) Are you able to boot the computer in safe mode?
4) Did you try updating motherboard BIOS?
5) Lastly, please perform the following steps to send us the "msinfo32" (system configuration) file.
a) Click on the Start button.
b) Select Search,
c) In the Open field, type in "msinfo32" and then press the OK button.
d) This will bring up the Microsoft System Information Utility. Click on File and then save to save this information to your hard drive. You may give it any name you choose.
e) Once the file has been saved on your hard drive, attach it to this support request so that we could review your system configuration.
I will look forward to your reply to assist you better.
I find it weird that instead of asking for minidump files they want msinfo32 file, so I am not sure now that this is a driver related issue so first I will run verifier.exe first selecting the Microsoft drivers this time and then I will contact them again....
p.s:All my drivers are up to date and besides I have tried evert possible version of nvidia, realtek sound and network drivers but nothing changes....
I have run CHSDSK and I got the message "Volume is clean" but it is weird that in event viewer under application tab in the source column header there is no chkdsk entry.I will go back to Xp I think......If this is the best operating system ever I am an alien then......