This is an error with a program accessing memory. The memory address that it tried to access was either empty, or didn't have the contents that it expected to find.
This can happen (most commonly) due to corrupted memory (RAM, VRAM, mobo, cpu, virtual memory) or it can be due to a corruption in a software driver (or even malware).
Unfortunately, the dump file doesn't contain much information about the program that caused this. It mostly points to Windows system files - and if they were corrupt there'd be more problems with your system than just the BSOD's.
So, we'll start with having you conduct a memory diagnostic. Here's a link to a free, bootable one: http://www.memtest86.com/
Please read the directions carefully so you can make a boot disk. Then boot with it in the drive. You'll have to press "Esc" as the HP screen first shows up - this will let you access the boot menu and will let you tell the system to boot from the CD/DVD drive.
Let the test run for at least 3 passes - but overnight is better. If it starts spitting errors out, you can stop the test and post back here.
Let us know how it works out and we'll move on from there.
While waiting for a reply, you may want to try the advice here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/blogs/usas...?showentry=1252
This will let you know if an infection is present.
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