BSOD with "ntoskrnl.exe" as the main reason...

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    BSOD with "ntoskrnl.exe" as the main reason...


    Upgraded from Win 7 Pro (32bit) to Win 7 Pro (64bit) due to upgrading from 3GB to 6GB RAM.
    BSOD mainly happens after a few hours of inactivity. Sleep, hybrid sleep and hibernate are all disabled.


    Dell Dimension 9200 (XPS 410)
    Intel Core 2 Quad - 2.4GHZ
    6GB PNY DDR2 800MHZ Non-ECC


    ESET Smart Security 4.2.71.2 (64-bit)


    Thanks!
     

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    Any ideas? (tons of views but no replies)
     

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