I believe it may be one of 2 things.
1. Ram could be malfunctioning.
Boot with UBCD 5.0.3 then select MEMORY>>Windows Memory Diagnostic.
2. Voltages to the computer are off...which is causing your memory to not properly be read/written to which is causing a BSOD even on windows repair disc>> (Searched google and saw your other post on another forum)
The easy way to test this is with a multimeter...but if you have another PSU that is lying around would see if that solves your problem.
Let me know if you have any other questions or you solve this.
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