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    System spontaneously reboots, Kernel-Power, Event ID 41, Task Category (63)

    Attach the crash files with .dmp extension located at C:\Windows\Minidump.
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    So frustrating... BSOD

    Then why on earth is your mobile Core i7 720 QM @ 1,60Ghz running 2,6Ghz? That's 1 Ghz overstock!! Link Removed due to 404 Error And why is your RAM running almost 10Mhz underclocked? Link Removed due to 404 Error ☛ Load bios defaults, disable Turbo Boost, enable EIST and enjoy. ☚...
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    Various Crashes

    Look, I have said it three times already >> load bios defaults so to set your hardware right. >> Then, if crashes pesist, try another memory slot. >> Test the hard drive too. >> Finally if nothing works out, replace the hardware. Again, very important to run at stock.
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    GOOD ✔

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    Various Crashes

    4e --> memory_corruption. Now your CPU is back to 3,4Ghz, an old screenshot? Reinstall the system? Give it a go, 99,9999% it won't help. 1. Load bios setup defaults. 2. Make sure AMD C&Q is on. 3. No overclocking at all. 4. It could help if you place the stick into another...
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    Various Crashes

    Perfect, now it looks right.
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    Various Crashes

    Load bios defaults to enable AMD Cool 'n' Quiet.
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    GOOD ✔

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    Various Crashes

    Yes, overclocking can cause memory errors. You didn't attach cpuz CPU snip, and I didn't insist further. Ensure your CPU is at stock.
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    Various Crashes

    Not daft at all, good question. Your crash dumps blame memory. What you have done: - uninstalled AVG - updated drivers - tested memory sticks individually - verified that your memory settings are right - loaded bios setup defaults And you keep getting errors related to memory...
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    Various Crashes

    Memory_corruption. Faulty ram or bad motherboard: CRASH DUMPS Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.12.0002.633 AMD64 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Loading Dump File [F:\DMP\051611-20779-01.dmp] BugCheck 3B, {c0000005, fffff80002d4e2cd, fffff88008811770, 0}...
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