My guess this is a graphics driver/networking problem. We see many Live Kernel Events in the WER section of the MSInfo32 report which further confirm my guess.
Anyway, first, please ensure that Windows is fully updated. You have 357 installed. Occasionally (theoretically very rarely) BSODs/hangs can be caused by missing Windows Updates. Here's a guide on how to check for and install Windows Updates:
Do triple-check, as it usually takes several checks to get all available updates.
Also, in newer versions of Windows (and even older ones), I always recommend that your BIOS is fully updated to rule out the chance of low-level compatability issues. I've seen cases in which problems that appeared to be hardware-related were actually because of a buggy BIOS version. Anyway, in your case, your BIOS version is 0802 from 2/24/2012. Updates can be found on your motherboard's (or manufacturer's) website. As updating the BIOS presents several risks, please ensure that your computer doesn't have the risk of shutting down halfway through (so DO NOT update it during a thunderstorm or if the state of the PSU is questionable) and double-check that you have obtained the correct BIOS version for your motherboard. Here are some guides that I've found on the internet:
These are just general guides. ALWAYS follow the instructions posted on your motherboard's (or manufacturer's) website.
Please reinstall ALL networking drivers from your motherboard's website (if possible just update ALL drivers) and update your graphics drivers, using this download link
If problems still persist (and while you're waiting for a response), please begin running these hardware diagnostics
p.s. What browser are you using? Are you using one of those USB WiFi dongles?