Lots of different BSODs in one day

I have a dell precision 6400 laptop with Windows 7 64-bit. I recently updated to SP1.

Yesterday I received 7 BSODs throughout the day. I updated drivers using device manager's automatic installer. I also used DriverMax which shows driver versions that you have and the latest version.

 Here's a screenshot of BlueScreenViewer to show you the error names and other info.

 blue screen viewer
doughorningAsked:
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ded9Commented:
Can you upload the latest dump file for analysis. Upload the minidump file.



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doughorningAuthor Commented:
Here's all of them in descending order:

1. 033011-15646-01.dmp
2.  033011-16598-01.dmp
3.  033011-18064-01.dmp
4.  033011-18766-01.dmp
5.  033011-18688-02.dmp
6.  033011-18673-01.dmp
7.  033011-15974-01.dmp

Note: I am using kaspersky anti-virus too
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ded9Commented:
All the dumps point to a different file.

Now the computer might be infected by a virus or hardware issue.

For virus run malwarebytes  free and check for any spyware
www.malwarebytes.org/ 

and for hardware.

tap the F12 key while the computer is booting select boot to utility partition and run the dell diagnostic on all the hardware.




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YotefnCommented:
Windows 7 has a built in memory tester in the f8 startup menu.  It might help to try testing the memory.  If you know how to, you can use a linux memtest to test the memory and CPU function as well.

I also think dell laptops have a diagnostic boot option.  If you hold down the Function key while you power on it will run hardware diagnostics for about 30 minutes.  Good Luck.
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doughorningAuthor Commented:
No viruses found.

I am now running Dell's built in Symptom Tree tool, and running tests on the "Windows Blue Screen" section. It's taking ALONG time, because i'm opting to do the full tests.
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doughorningAuthor Commented:
No BSODs in the last 2 days. So a driver installation must have fixed it.
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