Your BSODs are various and assorted. Something is misconfigured in the machine.
Start with updating the bios to latest, from manufacturer. Then, set Optimized Defaults in the bios and save. (Make sure you set AHCI mode for the hard drive(s) after, if that is how it is currently set - AND - Optimized Defaults set it wrong.)
When back to Windows, use CPU-Z to compare the Memory Tab to SPD tab. The SPD tab will tell you how the memory should be set. See if Memory tab reflects that well.
Let us know how it goes please, and let us know if you need further help.
If you have mismatched memory sticks, remove the slower ones and leave only the faster ones. Check the motherboard manual for which slots to have memory installed properly.
Make sure cooling is working sufficiently and the fans are clean. Use the laptop on a flat surface where the air can easily exit the port(s).
If you're overclocking with any sort of utility in Windows for anything at all, uninstall now for testing purposes.
I personally really don't like this driver file on your 8 machine:
We might have to remove that in a clean method. We'll see about that soon if deemed necessary.
4: kd> lmvm mBfilt64
start end module name
fffff800`03dba000 fffff800`03dc8000 MBfilt64 (deferred)
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\MBfilt64.sys
Image name: MBfilt64.sys
Timestamp: Thu Jul 30 23:40:32 2009 (4A7267B0)
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4