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Hello,

I have been getting these random crashes for a few months now. I usually put my computer to Sleep overnight or when I'm away from the keyboard for a while, but sometimes the computer wakes from sleep in a fresh boot and gives the black-and-white "Windows did not shut down correctly" screen, with the usual options of repair, resuming normal boot, and what have you. Repairing does not seem to work. Resuming booting makes the computer boot normally enough, so this is a nuisance but not tremendously catastrophic. I am mostly wondering if I'm having an incoming hardware failure or something that I should be aware of.

Here are the vitals of my configuration:

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium x64, bought separately
MoBo: ASRock P8P67 Pro3
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K. I have been running this at 4.0 GHz, but have returned it back to original clock speed (3.3 GHz) to see if that helps.
GPU: MSI GTX 1060. Bought some months ago (replaced an MSI GTX 560 Ti), but noticeably before the problems started.
PSU: XFX 750 XXX Edition

Please find attached some of my latest minidumps. Do say if you need any more information. Thank you for your assistance!
 

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