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BSOD after wiping HDD

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So, randomly my computer keeps restarting itself. It would hit the starting windows screen and just restarting. If I choose to run the system scan it would BSOD on me. All the hardware in it I've had since February after I had to get a new mobo & cpu because the old one died out. I figured that the computer ay have a bad virus on it. Since not today days earlier my anti-virus protection ran out. Figure maybe I got somethingg at random. So I decided I'll just wipe the harddrive since all my important stuff is on my external or laptop. (The desktop was built for gaming. WoW, LoL, D3, Smite, etc..) Wiped it with my DBAN disc (with no issue) and went to reinstall my Windows 7 64 bit disc and got the SAME BSOD.

This is the code.

Stop 0x0000000a (0xFFFFFA802CEFA740, 0X0000000000000002, 0X00000000000000001, 0XFFFFF8000CE9F35F)

I'm honestly at a loss for what to do.

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Try removing 1/2 of the ram. If it still fails swap the ram.
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Please upload the dump files in your next post, check this directory for any Minidumps:


Place all the Minidumps into a zipped folder, and then upload the zipped folder.
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