Lenovo G580 Blue Screen With Dropbox

Dear Lenovo community, 
I bought a new Lenovo G580 last week, but dropbox causes the system to crash (Blue Screen).
Windows gives the following error codes:
ffff8a00b9ffa0a
000000000000
ffff80003092be1
000000000000
I found a previous post on this forum with the problem (http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-3000-and-Essential/Lenovo-G580-BSOD-problems-with-certain-applica... but there was no solution back then. 
Any Ideas on how to solve this?
Kind Regards
Koen

Not sure if this helps, but I did a memtest with this program:
http://hcidesign.com/memtest/download.html
And it claims "Could not allocate 4095 MB".
This would imply mij memory chips are failing right? So this is a hardware problem?
Koen

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