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All your dumps shows different stop codes. Generally i will suggest a memory test with but in your case another issue caught up in my first. It seems that you either still installed or tried every single antivirus or standalone scanners available ! . There is a chance that clash between those are contributing to the crash.
Here is a summary of AV drivers currently present in your system :
pavboot64.sys - Panda ActiveScan Boot Driver
gfibto.sys - VIPRE Antivirus driver
klflt.sys - Kaspersky
klif.sys - Kaspersky
avgrkx64.sys - AVG
vsdatant.sys - Zone Alarm
There are also a a number of other drivers related to these programs. Some of them are on demand scanners but may cause clash with AVG and Zone alarm so need to be removed completely.
Re-installing Windows is the best way to clean up this mess. But let us try to uninstall them first. Please follow the below steps.
1 ) Open Control Panel --> Prgrams and Features and uninstall every single antivirus program you can see (one by one , restart after each removal ). If you have difficulty booting in to the normal mode, try to uninstall them from safe mode.
2 )After that, run the respective cleanup tools to remove leftovers and remnants. Run the below tools one by one.
To remove AVG and it's remnants - http://download.avg.com/filedir/util/avgrem/avg_remover_stf_x64_2013_3341.exe
To remove Zone alarm components - http://download.zonealarm.com/bin/free/support/download/clean.exe
To remove Panda and it's remnants - http://www.pandasecurity.com/resources/sop/UNINSTALLER_08.exe
If you are used Panda cloud - http://www.pandasecurity.com/resources/sop/Cloud_AV_Uninstaller.exe
To clean Kapersky install - http://support.kaspersky.com/common/service.aspx?el=1464
To remove VIPRE components - http://www.sunbelt-software.com/support/VC/CS&VClean.exe
Run these tools multiple times to make sure all related drivers are gone.
3 ) Uninstall these problematic software.
Asus PCProbe Utility
Asus Ai Booster
Check how the system works after these steps.
Also use memtest86+ to thoroughly test and verify the health status of your RAM modules. Follow the instructions in the below guide and run memtest for at least 7 or more passes. More than 7 passes is better but it may take several hours to complete. Please be patient while the test executes or run it at overnight.
Edited by Anshad Edavana, 02 July 2013 - 01:36 PM.