Long story short, I have been getting quite a few different blue screens over the past few weeks. It started out with 0x00000024 ntfs.sys. After I got fed up with googling for answers (everyone found a different solution), I decided to reformat. Everything was fine for a couple hours after reinstalling Windows so I decided to start reinstalling my programs again (very few programs like WinRAR, CCleaner, Firefox). Didn't bother reinstalling Kaspersky since I originally thought it was the culprit. I went to go take a shower only to come to a blue screen, again. I had a hunch it was the timings I set because after I installed the programs I adjusted the timings in the BIOS. I reverted my changes to the BIOS. Everything is running smoothly... (About a week later...) ANOTHER BLUE SCREEN. Now I'm getting them every 20 mins, again. It's not even always the same error message either. So far I've gotten STOP 0x0000008E,0x00000050, 0x0000007E, 0x0000000A and a couple others. 90% of my blue screens say IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA. Things I've tried: -Reformatting -Loading optimized defaults in BIOS -Setting the timings and voltage according to manufacturer (which makes it worse) -Checking temperatures -Memtest -Chkdsk -Searching through eventlog (about the only thing relevant was The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume C:.) <--- doing a chkdsk did not rectify the problem Things I haven't tried: -Running 1 memory module -Anything that requires me to open my case I have a feeling it is my RAM despite getting nothing in 4 passes with memtest. The blue screens originally started happening about 5 days after I installed my new RAM. I'm hoping someone here can decipher my minidumps and find the root of the cause. Attached below are 2 minidumps and a logfile called bootex.log which appeared in C:\ after my most recent BSOD. Thanks in advance. *crosses fingers* EDIT: I've attached a third minidump after a BSOD while running a data lifeguard diagnostic scan.