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BSOD - ntoskrnl apparently causing it?

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Hi, I searched for this and it seems it has been asked about a lot before, but the fix seems to differ, so I thought I better start a new topic. I did all the things requested of previous users and have attached the info obtained, hope this is what you need!

My computer is a Dell Vostro 3550, Intel Core i3, running Windows 7 Home Premium, I think 64 bit. The BSOD seems to happen if I leave the computer idle and instead of going to screen saver or sleeping like it does most of the time, intermittently it BSOD's. I use Microsoft Security Essentials package for anti-virus and I think I may have had McAfee on it in the past for a short period (the factory installed trial version I think).

I have attached the text files from BlueScreenView, CCleaner, MSCONFIG (Services) and MiniToolBox.

Hope you can help!

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