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Windows 7: Continues BSOD during normal use

15 Jul 2015   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
Continues BSOD during normal use

Hello, Seven Forums. I'm hoping that you might be able to assist me in a recent bout of crashing that my computer has been experiencing. It started around midday on 7/14/15 and has progressively gotten worse as the day has progressed. Now I'm even experiencing BSODs in safe mode and my computer has crashed 10 times or more in my attempting to post here.

The memory dumps thus far have largely pointed to WinInit and Csrss as the culprits, though the first crash showed a VolMgr as being the cause. I've dealt with Csrss crashes before, when I upgraded to my current memory and SSD some months ago. After digging around for several days, and testing nearly everything imaginable, I found it was a sleep function as part of ASUS Suite 3 which was causing it. I disabled it immediately and the problem seemed to be solved. However, now it's back with a vengeance, practically rendering my computer inoperable.

When the BSODs started, I verified no sleep functions were operating on this computer and ran a memory test. Both Windows Memory Dianostic and Memtest86+ did not detect any errors. I also reseated the connections between most of my components. I'm at a bit of a loss now and have no idea where to look. As such, I would like to sincerely thank everyone in advance who decides to help me with my issue.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
16 Jul 2015   #2

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
Continuous BSOD during normal use

I have a bit of an update. After some consideration, I left my computer to run Memtest86+ for nearly 19 hours, resulting in just over 8 passes, with no errors. I also ran Windows Memory Diagnostic again, though on the Extended setting this time. This resulted in the testing freezing at 21% through the first pass. I have since switched my memory back to the 8GB set I originally purchased with the computer, but have still been crashing. I'm attaching an updated version of my data logs. Hopefully it contains more helpful information.

I feel as though it is a hardware problem, but I have no idea which component could be failing or how to test it. I can't 100% rule out software issues either as there's a chance that the data may have corrupted over the course of the crashing. I'm truly at a loss at this moment and would greatly appreciate some insight.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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