this might help too
right click start button
choose powershell (admin)
type SFC /scannow and press enter
once its completed, copy/paste this command into same window: Repair-WindowsImage -Online -RestoreHealth
and press enter
SFC fixes system files, second command cleans image files, re run SFC if it failed to fix all files and restart PC
any more BSOD you get, just share the dumps and we keep picking away at it.
Let's get the driver situation fixed first. Nvidia for video card drivers, Live update for everything on the motherboard, D-Link for the wifi adapter, and uninstall Driver Easy.
Having said that, it is a bit alarming all the different locations your crashes are coming from (even AV). It could just be drivers, but it sounds more like a bad stick of RAM. As stated above, you can run Memtest on each stick individually, or run the machine on one stick at a time to see if you can narrow down the culprit.
It is difficult finding them each time. It's much easier when you have 1 (or several) dumps posted into a new folder each time and give the link each time. The reason is, I read multiple threads a day and it's difficult for me to keep up with each person. Anyway, I found the new one this time.
maybe edit your posts instead of making a new one every minute
gardenman right, dump pointing to Nt kernel which is the victim not the cause. BSOD is blaming a driver though as far as I can tell.
Can you look in system information screen and tell use what BIOS version you have on motherboard?
It is odd Gardenmans report isn't showing system info, we can normally see codes for ram sticks, and bios version.
Is this a PC you made or a brand name? If you made it, there is no reason you cannot run memtest on each ram stick as even though its new, its always possible the new sticks are bad,