All the crash dumps shows different stop codes and blames legit Windows files as the reason behind the crashes. This is not the typical behavior of a driver issue. Please follow the below steps and let me know your findings.
Update SSD firmware.
There are Windows file system driver related errors can be seen in multiple crashes. You have a SSD dive from OCZ which is famous for crappy firmwares which leads to BSOD and crashes. Please update it by running OCZ toolbox.
OCZ Toolbox : http://ocz.com/consumer/download/firmware/OCZToolbox_v18.104.22.16897.zip
User guide : http://ocz.com/consumer/download/firmware/ocz_toolbox_firmware_update_guide_windows.pdf
The update is came in two parts so you need to run the tool to times.
From official site :
Warning: This is a two step firmware update process for firmware older than 22.214.171.124. Otherwise it is one step process.
1. Run OCZ Toolbox. Toolbox will update firmware to 126.96.36.199 first.
2. Shutdown and restart the system.
3. Run OCZ Toolbox again, Toolbox will now update firmware to latest firmware revision.
4. This completes the firmware update.
Source : http://ocz.com/consumer/download/firmware
Load BIOS defaults.
To revert any accidental changes, enter BIOS setup and load "default values".
Update Chipset drivers.
1. Remove current version of AMD catalyst control center and all related utilities from Control Panel --> Programs first.
2. Download and install latest chipset driver from the below link.
3. If you have a AMD graphic card, update the driver from the below link.
Perform a memory isolation test.
If the issue remains, remove either one of the RAM module and run the system only one connected at a time. Check whether it blue screens.Repeat the isolation test with both modules separately. This will detect filed modules which are undetectable during Memtest86+.
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Edited by Anshad Edavana, 08 October 2013 - 02:31 PM.