Super Frequent BSOD's on Windows 7

Leviathan13

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Hello, Just 3 days ago my computer starting Blue Screening. Upon using WhoCrashed to examine it, it seems that ntoskrnl.exe, ntfs.sys, and ntkrnlmp.exe are the culprits. I've looked through a ton of posts on here and I've found nothing. I even tried re-seating my RAM and switching their places. I will attach a link to skydrive with all the dump files from the last 3 days. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!
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ntoskrnl.exe, ntfs.sys, tcpip.sys, KbFilter_FlexDef3.sys, are crashing. The ntfs.sys file is crashing with a 0x24 stop error

Which can mean the files or hdd are corrupt / or its failing. Which can mean replace the hdd

I think KbFilter_FlexDef3.sys are keyboard drivers?

The logmein drivers are pretty old too. From 2008

xusb21.sys I think belongs to Xbox controller? The drivers for this are 2009

Uninstall Intel(R) Extreme Tuning Utility this is a known cause of crashes



 

Leviathan13

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I haven't done any recent hardware changes, latest update was my graphics card but that was over a year ago.
 

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I'll uninstall it but it's been on my computer for quite some time with no complications. I don't use it though so uninstalling it isn't a big deal.
 

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Is there any way to recover files before I have to switch it?
 

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