Hi Essenbe, thanks for the reply. To start off how do I turn off driver verifier? As far as I know it's not something I can access from control panel or anything, do I need to do it through command prompt? I don't think I'm connected to any other file sharing service, at least not to my knowledge. In regards to the SSD I went into device manager and checked for any updates to both the SSD and HDD and windows said they were both up to date. Should I check for firmware updates in a different way?
Kapersky came back with no threats. I crashed 4 times midway through the eset anti-virus, the DM log for those crashes is attached. I don't know if my computer will stay non-bsod'd long enough for the eset scan to finish so I'm replying before it finishes just to see if there's something else I can possibly do. I also did the superantispyware scan, that actually came back with a lot of adware threats (1306 to be exact), insane to think that all those other AV's couldn't find em. This stupid bsod is really getting to me, can't even do a full scan with any damn program because it bsod's after 15 minutes. It recognizes the threat but doesn't quarantine until the end, every time it crashes I have to make a new dm log too I managed to do a quick scan and got 1302 threats and made it to the end and quarantined those, I'll cross my fingers that I eliminated the threat but I don't know if adware can BSOD your computer :P I'll attempt a custom scan in just the cookies to get the last 4 or whatever's left.
I also uninstalled all the Nvidia software like you said aside from PhysX and the graphics driver. To answer your last question I don't use orbweb at all. No clue what it's for, I've seen it on a lot of my PC's and just assumed it was a windows driver or something. Thanks for all the help again, I'd be lost without you, thanks for putting up with the rage also :P