<<I've done some research and saw that combo fix and tds killer may efficiently kill my problem.>>
The two tools mentioned...are only capable of overcoming some malware issues, they are not cures for Windows/system problmes...and they cannot overcome all malware issues.
BSODs are not necessarily the result of malware problems, although a BSOD may be the only visible signal of a malware situation, IMO.
If you feel that you have a malware situation with sufficient reason for such...then I suggest that you provide such reasons and I will move your topic to the Am I Infected forum.
It should be noted that chkdsk /r is incapable of overcoming malware problems...it a file system tool built into Windows. If chkdsk /r previously resolved a similar situation...it would seem that there is no reason to assume...that malware is present or a contributing factor.Refernce Worth Reading
Based on what you've stated thus far...I'd suggest checking the hard drive (first) to ensure that there is no problem there.
<<I believe I may have a Rootkit malware of sorts but I'm unsure,>>
I'm moving your topic to the Am I Infected forum, based on above statement.