Random BSODS - Different one Everytime

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    Hello all, my computer is experiencing random BSODs about once or twice a day, each time it being a different error code.
    The latest one being "System Service Exception".

    I know I can post a minidump from somewhere or something?

    My plan is to get help for each time it BSODs and eventually I figure it will stop doing it...
     
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    Hello there and welcome to w7.

    Yep, please see the sticky thread in this section and then post the crash dumps here. I'll have a repair formula ready in a few moments after.
     
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    Here, I have uploaded the files.
    Thanks for the quick reply. :)
     

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    Update all the drivers for any and everything you have from Logitech (game pad, mouse, keyboard and/or camera)

    LGBusEnum LGBusEnum.sys Tue Jul 14 18:34:45 2009
    LGPBTDD LGPBTDD.sys Wed Jul 01 14:47:52 2009

    http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support-downloads

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    If that doesn't stop the bsods, then unfortunately, you have defective RAM. You can test it with Memtest86+ overnight so it will show any errors. When they do show, then simply replace the RAM in the machine for new.

    Sorry I didn't have better news.
     
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    I would also navigate to C:\Windows\System32\drivers and delete this:

    CLBStor.sys Wed Oct 07 02:42:27 2009

    Then rename this one to VMfilt64.BAK:

    VMfilt64.sys

    Reboot and run Ccleaner to clean the registry.
     
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    That is a shame, I only bought the RAM about 2 months ago.
    I'll reply again if I've updated all the Logitech drivers and it still doesn't work.
     
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    Yes, also do what I have in my 2nd post of the thread.

    If RAM is an issue, it is under warranty.

    You can post new crashes if any happen from here on out.
     
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