Clean Windows 7 BSOD

I'm out of ideas.
Recently I started having problems with my Windows 10, getting blue screens every now and then along with some other issues. Two days ago I switched back to a clean Windows 7 installation. Everything's been working perfectly so far, but today I got a BSOD once again while opening a picture on Facebook.

My specs:
Gigabyte GTX 980
AMD FX-8370
Asus M5A99XEvo
G.Skill 2 x 4GB F3-2133C9

I'm guessing it's a faulty driver, but I need help analyzing the minidump file, here's the link:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxy_CnqKX0tMelhRdGd3UzFGb0E/view?usp=sharing
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  1. Can you download and run WhoCrashed, and post the log here?
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  2. MeesterYellow said:
    Can you download and run WhoCrashed, and post the log here?


    Crash Dump Analysis
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Crash dump directory: C:\Windows\Minidump

    Crash dumps are enabled on your computer.

    On Fri 2017-04-21 12:16:16 your computer crashed
    crash dump file: C:\Windows\memory.dmp
    This was probably caused by the following module: Unknown (0x00000000)
    Bugcheck code: 0x24 (0x1904FB, 0xFFFFF8800559A5D8, 0xFFFFF88005599E30, 0xFFFFF80002F4AB5E)
    Error: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM
    Bug check description: This indicates a problem occurred in the NTFS file system.
    A third party driver was identified as the probable root cause of this system error.
    Google query: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM


    Well, that was helpful by itself, I'll keep the program in case of future BSODs. Good thing is that I've had no problems with my PC at all ever since I posted this topic today morning, but if a "third party driver" is the cause then I'd want to have that fixed anyway.
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  3. That stop error means the hdd or the files on it are corrupt

    It can also mean the hdd is ready to die on you. And you may have to replace it
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  4. Paul NZ said:
    That stop error means the hdd or the files on it are corrupt

    It can also mean the hdd is ready to die on you. And you may have to replace it


    Is it possible that my HDD (not SSD that my OS is located on) is causing a blue screen? According so Samsung Magician (850 EVO 120GB) everything is okay with my SSD. HDD is MUCH older though, so if a hard drive is causing any issues then I guess I have to think about replacing it.
    Unless blue screens can appear only when there's an issue with the system drive, then I'm screwed.
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  5. Remove the other hdd. Did you unplug the other hdd when you installed windows?? If you didnt you should

    It's either one or the other thats corrupt

    Is the firmware up to date on the ssd?
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  6. Paul NZ said:
    Remove the other hdd. Did you unplug the other hdd when you installed windows?? If you didnt you should

    It's either one or the other thats corrupt


    No I didn't unplug the HDD during Win 7 installation :/
    No blue screens so far, but if an exact error appears again I'll try to run my PC for a few days with the HDD unplugged.

    Also, here's what I got from a random diagnostic software:
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  7. Because if another hdd is plugged in files can install on the wrong hdd. Then you may have probs later like now
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  8. Paul NZ said:
    Because if another hdd is plugged in files can install on the wrong hdd. Then you may have probs later like now



    Didn't know about that, might reinstall with only the SSD plugged if everything else fails. Running HDD verifying tests right now, if a bluescreen pops up in the middle that definitely means something is wrong with the one I'm scanning.
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  9. Yup remove the other hdd install windows on the ssd, then see if it crashes. Or it maybe the win7 install thats the prob

    Where did Win7 come from?
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  10. Paul NZ said:
    Yup remove the other hdd install windows on the ssd, then see if it crashes. Or it maybe the win7 install thats the prob

    Where did Win7 come from?


    The win 7 installation is 100% legit, been running in my family for years. As I said, I'm running some HDD tests right now, apart from that my system is running for 12 hours without any issues, if a BSOD pops up again I'll have to seriously think of a replacement or at least Windows reinstall.
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  11. k see how it goes then
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  12. Uhhhh, yeah I guess my HDD is slowly dying?
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