BSOD randomly , Dumpfile inside ? please help , no clue what it is

i had BSOD 5 days ago on my Brand new self made computer , and then a system update happen 1 day after the BSOD of death(s) and it stopped for 3 days , and then it happened again , but this time , it BSOD and then restarted my computer for me it self . I uninstalled aero and any dvd driver virtual installer and installed sptd installer as people say that was the case of the bsod and how to fix it. But after all that , i wake up too a restarted computer saying windows have had a unexpected shutdown etc etc .

I have attached my dump files here .

my computer has the following ( just on my receipt)

Intel core 15-3750k Processor (6M cache , 3.40 ghz )

Gigabyte Z77x-ud3h Motherboard

Corsair 120gb neutron ssd

corsair 16gb (2x8gb) vegeance ddr3 1600mhz cl9

liteon ihas324 dvdrw black

gigabyte gtx660 Ti standard

750w xfx core edition psu

nzxt phantom bk full tower cs

coolermaster hyper 412 slim cpu cooler

really worried about it since i had so much hype for a new fast computer and then these BSOD keep popping up

thanks for your time and helping me out

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Dell XPS420
    6 gig
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Radeon HD3650 256 MB
    Sound Card
    Intergrated 7.1 Channel Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Dell SP2009W 20 inch Flat Panel w Webcam
    Hard Drives
    640 gb
    Dell USB 4 button optical
    Dell USB
    Other Info
    DSL provided by ATT

Allan D

Vista Guru
Hello Tearoidshuy,

In addition to what Richard has said, I would also request you to help us with few details to assist you further.
-- Do you get any stop error code? If yes, please help me with that.
-- In case you don’t get the stop error code, please restart the computer; keep tapping F8 on the Dell logo screen and once you are on the Advanced Boot Options, Select Disable Automatic Restart and check for the Stop Error Code.

-- Please check if you are able to boot from Safe Mode with Networking.
From the Advance Boot Options select Safe Mode with Networking and check if the computer is booting to windows. If it does, check if you get the blue screen.

-- Was there any recent hardware or software changes?
Please write back with the details, we would be glad to assist further.

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