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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD/day with different patterns

22 Nov 2015   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
Multiple BSOD/day with different patterns


I have a bad BSOD problem on my computer and couldn't find the exact cause yet.

If I close any Chrome based browser the computer crashes. It also happens if I close Opera. If I don't close them, the computer will crash after some time of browsing. Regarding Firefox, it is now unusable, the browser crashes after only 30 sec to 2 minutes of browsing (at least in Facebook).

I tried to leave the computer on with no software started (other than those which opens at startup) and the computer crashed at some point while I wasn't looking at it after a considerable time (more than 30 minutes).

Here are some other issues that may be related:

My system restore's points disappeared,
Windows can't do cpu virtualisation anymore,
I can't update AVG (I get this error: The network location cannot be reached. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help. (0xE0060006))

I included the DM Log Collector's file as requested.

I did a scan with AVG Rescue Disk (burned on a clean linux computer). It did found a few infected files that I cleaned but that didn't solve anything.

I corrected a bad entry in the registry (conduit search engine) but it didn't change anything either.

I also did a considerable hardware cleanup by removing all dust with compressed air.

At this point I'm out of ideas, so any help is welcome!


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