I have a problem with my 64-bit windows 7 installation on a pretty new system (not even a month old).
Windows update says i'm at the current state (except for language packs, but that's ok).
The hardware consists of an Intel i5 760 processor on an Asus P7P55D-E motherboard. I am using 4GB of Ram (OCZ Platinum) and an MSI N460GTX Hawk video card. As a HD for the operating system i am using a crucial red 300 SSD disk that's connected to one of the SATA-600 ports on the mainboard. There is also a WD SATA-600 disk-drive connected to the other SATA-600 port for storage.
As a network card i use a Linksys WUSB600N usb-stick to connect to my wireless homenetwork. The system is not overclocked (the mainboard has an auto-overclocking feature in the BIOS, but that I turned that off when the first blue-screen appeared)
The first few days everything worked fine, but the last couple of days blue-screens started to appear whenever i tried to boot the system.
Now it's even that far, that i can't boot the system regularly without facing at least three or four blue screens and trying again. If i manage to boot I can do pretty much everything except for opening up MS Outlook, as then system generates a blue-screen as well.
I have checked the drivers site of my motherboard, the video card and the linksys-stick and all the drivers seem to be the newest ones.
I have as well uninstalled "Teamviewer", as i could see this program causing issues in some of the minidumps that were created, but the issue still exists afterwards.
Sometimes i also get a bluescreen when trying to load into safe mode, or sometimes also the computer just freezes during bootup.
I did run a memory test for a couple of hours, but that didn't show anything, however since that was just a few passes I have just started it again and will leave it up for a few hours.
Here you can find a "few" of the Minidumps that happened this week:
any help is greatly appreciated
edit: attached minidump.zip so you don't need to go to the download link
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