BSOD WITH Bccode 34, Bccode 3b,Bccode c2, Bccode 19, Bccode 7e, Bccode 1e

majharul

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My PC facing trouble from frequent Blue Screen error. different type of code are arrived (Bccode C2, Bccode 3b, Bccode 19, Bccode 34, Bccode 19, Bccode 7e,) when I shut down my PC, But not every shutdown. After full system update by windows update and verify from manufacturer website, after 3 days again Bccode 1e appear.

Now I Uninstall newly installed 2RAMs of 4installed RAMs. Place remain 2 rams in a1 and b1 slot. After 1 day Bccode 34 appear again.

Memtest86+ (7th pass) and Hard Disk check (Chkdsk) shows RAM and Hard Disk is Ok. Please Help me. I have upload minidump files , sfc /scannow and other reports http://sdrv.ms/ZByTrL
I read many review, they examine dump files and get the point.
Please help me

PC Configuration:
PROCESSOR - AMD PHENOM 2 X6 1090T,
MOBO - ASUS M5AFX99 PRO R2,
RAM - 4X4GB ZEON HMT351U6AFR8C-H9,
GPU - SPARKLE nVIDIA GeForce GT 520,
HDD - SEAGATE ST31000524AS,
PSU - COOLERMASTER GX 550W
OS - Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
Antivirus - Quick Heal Total Security 2013
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jaloko

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From what i can see, your errors is caused by Quick Heal AntiVirus(Wstif.sys) One is caused by your driver (svchost.exe) This could be a virus but cant be sure. More than likely driver related.

you have one that is a Pool corruption, This is caused by corrupt data and or registry leaks which i'm going to say is caused by Quick Heal AntiVirus.

I suggest you try updating your drivers and completely removing Quick Heal AntiVirus. if memtest is not showing any problems then its definitely corrupt drivers and a registry leak and maybe even a virus.

Use this: Quick Heal Removal Tool ,to get rid of Quick Heal. Or do it manually.
 
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