ok, few things
1) either your windows is really corrupt, because all your crashes happen in system files
follow these instructions: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...-system-files/
this will run system integrity test, will check if your system files are corrupt.
2) a lot of BSOD happen around ntfs.sys and other storage drivers, this could mean few things
a) storage controller on your motherboard is faulty
b) memory is bad, run memtest for couple hours over night
c) your hard drives could be bad
d) data cable for your drives could be bad, change cables
e) you have intel board, try going to intel.com and download intel inf drivers
3) remove roque apps that screw around with storage controllers, like deamon tools
4) if all fails, and your findings tell you that your hardware is fine, then reinstall.