The rest of the dump files just confirm the first one.
Apart from a couple of different faulting modules, the main theme is memory corruption and/or hardware.
Do these BSOD's happen at any particular time, when the system is under stress, when playing games or watching movies ?.
Run Memtest over night and see what the results are, if the memory passes, then i think you need to look at the other hardware on your system.
This is going to take a bit of time to fix, unless we get lucky.
So you have all the specs for your machine, download and run this free software. Speccy - Download
Go to this site and download, and run, the diagnostic software for your HDD. Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.
Can you confirm that nothing is overclocked on your system.
Can you also confirm that you have all
the Windows updates installed.
All this has been doom and gloom, but don't start worrying too much just yet, the fix could be as easy as upping the voltage on your memory, or adjusting the timings.
For the moment though, make sure the Bios is set to default.
Run the driver
verifier too, tutorial below. How to identify a buggy device driver on Windows Vista | Vista Rewired
Go to your MB manufacturers site and check if there is a Bios update, specifically because of memory problems.
Run through the above, at your own pace, if you need any help just ask, somebody will help you.
I will check your driver dates and get back to you on that.
Good luck and post the results.