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Seemingly Random BSOD unsure of cause

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I have been having several random BSOD in the last couple of weeks. I swapped computers after getting the BSOD several times in a day and then a week later or so had to try it again and got another BSOD within hours.

At the time of the crashes there was a usb to serial attached as well as a usb hub with a printer and a usb software key in it. I have tryed two different usb to serial devices and two different usb hubs.

I have attached the dmp files. I am really at a loss of where next to go. If there is any other information needed let me know. Thank you for your time.

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