No Pure 3.0 is fine but one of its driver is causing the crash, it could be due to conflicts or malware activity.
Boot in safe mode with networking and run a scan of Malwarebytes. It should pick up that 'adware' that you mentioned above. If that doesn't fix try reinstalling Kaspersky Pure.
The obvious cause is your Kaspersky product, make sure that you're using the latest build, i.e version 2014 126.96.36.19951 (d). KAV/KIS 2014 without patch B are incompatible with Windows 8.1 nor are any of the older 2013 builds.
Title says it all, Microsoft for some reason decided to illogically force the outdated nonsensical imperial system that no one uses in the Windows 8.1 Apps.
The temperature unit can be changed from stupid F to C in the Weather App but there is not such setting in the Bing Travel App. How am...
Intel doesn't provide any kind of driver for the Express 4 series, you'll need to use the current WDDM1.0 driver from Windows Update or install the older Windows 7 version in compatibility mode.
I have a laptop with the same chipset and everything works, I haven't tested the scaling but it's...
The above shows rtbth.sys as the cause, this particular driver is used by your Ralink Bluetooth Adapter. You should update it.
Use either the standard manufacturer driver or HP's own driver (Ralink Bluetooth Software Driver)
Latest dump is still pointing to the Nvidia Streamer Service but a core kernel module was also involved, this is usually triggered by a hardware fault. If it's not the RAM either the processor or GPU is the likely cause here, stress test your GPU with OCCT.
NVIDIA/AMD Video Card - Test with...