random object errors

I am getting indication of bad objects has I start the machine.  They appear to be random and the next time I boot they are different objects.  Also, the signon to the network sometimes but not always is very slow but eventually works.  This is happening on Windows 7 pro sp1 32 bit.  Cpu xeon 3570.  18.0 gb memory.   All updates applied.  No problems found with the system disk using speed fan or chkdsk.  Malwarebytes and security essential find no problems.

Samples from event log:

SessionName Microsoft Security Client OOBE
  FileName C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Microsoft Security Client\Support\EppOobe.etl
  ErrorCode 3221225485
  LoggingMode 5

+ System

  - Provider

   [ Name]  ESENT
  - EventID 482

   [ Qualifiers]  0
   Level 2
   Task 1
   Keywords 0x80000000000000
  - TimeCreated

   [ SystemTime]  2015-03-06T16:50:49.000000000Z
   EventRecordID 129931
   Channel Application
   Computer gary-PC

- EventData

   0 (0x0000000000000000)
   393216 (0x00060000)
   -1011 (0xfffffc0d)
   8 (0x00000008)
   Not enough storage is available to process this command.  

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Tony PittCommented:
What sort of errors are being recorded in the system log?  Take a look for things that are happening repeatedly, rather than one off errors - that might give you a clue.

Also, try to determine when this started happening, and ask yourself "what changed?" around that time.  Did you update any software or install anything new?  Did the usage of the system change in any way?  Was the system moved?

Another idea: try a clean boot - basically booting Windows without any extra drivers, etc.  Then give the system a bit of a workout - just make it do some work, whatever you have available.  If there are no errors, then start adding back in drivers and other software to see when the problems restart.  (If you need instructions on the clean boot, then there's a Microsoft support article here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135.)

Tony PittCommented:
If they are random, then I suspect you're getting memory errors, or possibly disk errors.  Try doing a memory test from the BIOS - I think most BIOS code now provides this capability ...

grurbanAuthor Commented:
Sorry it took so long.  Testing ran over 12 hours with no failures.  Used the memory test that windows provides.
grurbanAuthor Commented:
I saved the system and application event logs if they will help, but it will not allow me to upload evtx files.
grurbanAuthor Commented:
I'm going to close this question.  I've got a couple of good sugesstions but they will take awhile to do.  Thanks for the help.
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