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Windows 7 Constant 'Random' BSOD

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Okay, this is going to be a fun one guys!

I have a Lenovo SL510 running Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 Bit.  It used to have 4 GB of memory in it.  Now it has 8 GB (2 x 4GB).  I don't know if that is the cause of the issue, but I wanted to bring it up.  I'm having a lot of BSOD's for the past several months.  They occur randomly, at random times, and it doesn't seem to matter what I'm doing.  I'm not quite even sure why I'm typing this on the system in question! :P

I'm going to upload the dump files, perhaps they can shed some light.

So far for STOP errors, I've gotten:

0x0000001A

0x00000034

0x00000019

0x00000050

0x0000003B

That's a lot of different BSOD's!  I've updated Windows and I have the Lenovo Solution Center installed to have the latest drivers.

I've also ran a memory test with Memtest 86+.  It took over an hour and a half, but it came through with no issues.

Any suggestions?
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