Someone had me do a clean boot, so I disabled the nonessential services things. If it matters, Corday had me do a memtest, I left it overnight and it froze still while doing the memtest.You have posted in the Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help forum, presumably because you believed your problem might have been caused by Malware.
To be honest, your problems do not sound like ones caused by an active infection, and there is nothing in the logs you have posted to suggest you have an infection on your machine.
There is however evidence that MSConfig has been used to modify a number of service settings. MSConfig was not meant to be used this way, and you should disable any changes that were made.
To do that .....
- Press Windows Key + R to open a Run dialog
- Type MSConfig into the Open: box and click OK
- A System Configuration Window will open
- Click on the Services tab
- Click on Enable All then click OK
- Exit the System Configuration Window.
PLEASE NOTE .... it is unlikely that these services are entirely responsible for your problems, and if you have already started following bassfisher's instructions, and are re-installing W10 then there is no need to follow the instructions above.