BSOD mystery. ntoskrnl.exe?

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About a month ago, I started getting regular BSODs. It seems like I tried every quick-fix that I know. I ran Microsoft security essentials and Malwarebytes. I ran windows update. Manually updated most of my drivers. Removed the video card. Finally, I replaced the RAM.

At this point, I tried looking at the dump files and quickly realized that I am past my abilities. I have attached the dmp files and I am wondering if someone could give me insight on what they mean.
Currently, I suspect my problem could be one of the following.
*bad driver that I failed to update
*virus that I didn't find
*hardware malfunction

One last thing, every time my computer has BSOD, I have been running google chrome. This could be a red-herring because I almost always have something open in chrome.

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1CGiUDUZ9gpflZUZVJiRWtkVHlIc3NfRFlrTDFOSWUtdkhFZ0VQMktidVBEaFNnNVdpLVU&usp=sharing
 

FlutFlut

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My symptoms indicated that the harddrive was failing. After running the seagate tool, http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/seatools/, it shows that my hard drive WAS failing.
 
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