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Looks like AVg is the cause I read 6 of your latest dump files and all of the point to AVG.

 

Remove it from add remove programs, reboot machine.

Run this tool,          AVG Remover(64bit) 2014            reboot machine.

 

I suggest that you download CCLEANER then run it, hit the option's button then settings,put a tick next to Run Ccleaner when the computer starts.
Also when in options go to advanced tab and put a tick next to close program after cleaning.
This will automate the temporary file removal on your machine and keep it speedy.
Disable all of the start ups on the machine except your antivirus.
To disable hit the tools button then the start up button,then disable.

 

Important Note:  Do not use the registry cleaning function of CCleaner, it is not good to remove items from the registry,  unless you know what you are deleting.

 

After you install and run CCleaner reboot once again.

 

Install this great free AntiVirus as a replacement for AVG.

360 Total Security

 

Test the machine out for a bit and get back to us. :)

did all of that and it still happens


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Are you able to boot in Safe Mode with Networking ?
Do you still receive BSODs there ?

http://www.computerh...sues/chsafe.htm

yes i still receive BSOD in safe mode

 

Hello! I have been following your topic! The way I understand booting into safe mode; if your still getting BSOD, you possibly have hardware problems.

Sense I have not seen any suggestions about testing your hardware, I suggest you test your memory first.

Memory is a big cause of BSOD

You can use memtest86+ or you can type Windows Memory Diagnostics in your search bar!

I suggest you also do a chkdsk to test your HD

If you have done these, please disregard this reply!


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Can you please upload your new dump files for review.
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Also my computer cannot connect to some wireless internet points. So i'm probably going to wipe my computer and do a fresh install


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Ok. thanks for letting us know. 


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