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BSOD's for over a year, help much appreciated with dumpfile

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Helloooooooooo, and good evening (my time),

I have been having BSOD's for over a year now, and I am finally done with being patient. I know I should have had this looked into ages ago, but I do hope someone can assist me with finding the issue. I am also reading threads here to learn how to decipher the issues for myself as well, but I would love the assistance of someone who is experienced.

My pc does seem a tad sluggish for my tastes, of course everything loads like fiber optics when I am in safe mode, but the time it takes for everything to load (referring to my web browser tabs taking time to load up upon logging back in) is just slightly annoying. I may just have too many drivers and start up items loading, so I will look into that.

My apologies for rambling, I do have my most recent dump file and would GREATLY appreciate any help at all with pinpointing this issue.

My Rig:

ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX R2
AMD FX 8320 (OC to 4.5GHz) (note: I was having this random BSOD before the overclocking, the rate in which I encountered BSOD's did not increase after OCing)
MSI R9 280X
Corsair H80i for my CPU
32GB Corsair 1600 MHz (I have also replaced the RAM)
A couple SSD's
And too many HDD's (going to build a NAS pretty soon so my rig has no HDD's)

Windows 7 Ultimate
I use google chrome as my primary browser
Avast Antivirus
Comodo Firewall
MSI Afterburner
Photoshop often
ZBrush
And of course gaming on steam other than MMO's.
(I just wanted to give a bit of insight into what I primarily use this PC for.)
I also run dual monitors. Rarely 3, but primarily one screen and my 19in' Graphics Tablet for concept art, and 3D Sculpting

I usually only have this issue every blue moon, but sometimes it occurs multiple times a week, but then again on the next blue moon. lol.
I truly appreciate any help that could be offered. Thank you very much in advance.

030514-17830-01.zip 30k .zip file
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This would suggest that something is wrong with your corsair keyboard. If there are drivers for it, update them. If not, I would try switching to something else for a while, something without media buttons and usb ports, see if the problem goes away.



It would also be a good idea to make sure that all windows updates are current along with drivers for other hardware components. But if you really want to know the cause, change only one variable at a time, like perhaps the keyboard.
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RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB 2x2 Samsung 850 EVO 250Gb SSD Intel 160 Gb SSD Intel 250 Gb SSD 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Generic DVD-RW 2 x Noctua (NF-P12-1300 )1300rpm Premium Silent... Monsoon 90° Rotary Angle Fitting - 5/8" - Red Bitspower Dual / Single D5 Top Upgrade Kit 100 ... 
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Alphacool NexXxos UT60 Full Copper Radiator 240 Noctua NF-A6X25 FLX Quiet Computer Cooling Fan ... NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller w/ Five 30 watt... 2 x Corsair Air Series SP120  
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There is a stick at the top of this forum called "pjBSOD's Beginner Crash Dump Analysis and Debugging Guide for Windows". I strongly recommend that you set your computer to take a full dump so that it can be analyzed with WinDebugger. It is far more accurate than using blue screenview. You will find the instructions in the sticky. You do not have to experienced in using WinDebugger - that tutorial wirtten by pjBSOD spells it out step by step. Feel free to post back here if you need assistance on it.

As for Wizardonthejob's suggestion, i do think it would be worth a shot to swap out your keyboard for a different one - personally I would just swap it out for any other keyboard and see if the crashes continue to happen. Note: if you have any drivers that are installed for that keyboard, uninstall them before removing the keyboard. (I personally don't think it will matter either way if you swap it out for a keyboard that has multi-media function keys or not.). Again I have to emphasize that blue screenview is not always 100% accurate - it is all outlined & explained in the sticky.
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