After a couple BSOD I posted my dmp file over to sevenforums.com for analysis. They came back with the following:
Your Symantec/ Norton NIS/ N360 driver seems to be causing problems, please remove Norton with the Norton Removal Tool, and then install and run full scans with these free and proven alternatives which work best with Windows 7 due to their compatibility and lightweight nature on system resources.
This was not unexpected as I have encountered something similar in the past but thought it was solved by now.
I'm looking for a second opinion as to Norton causing system instability. I've not been able to find much reading on the web. It's not that I don't believe what I'm being told, I just wanted to double check it. It seems weird that Norton would be causing BSOD - I would expect to hear much more internet rage on it if the problem were wide spread?
Sorry for the trouble. That's odd!
I am Vineeth and I am from the Norton Support team. Do you remember the STOP error and the file mentioned in the BSOD screen? If so, please let me know the details so I can check.
Do you have any other security products installed on your computer? Running more than one security products may often cause conflicts and results in problems like BSOD.