Here's a link to the error message: http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x9c
Most commonly this is linked to overyheating/overclocking although bad hardware could also produce this error message.
So, I'd suggest that the first thing to do is to clean out the inside of the case (to include ensuring the fins on the CPU cooler aren't hiding any dust bunnies). Next is to discontinue any attempts at overclocking and restore the system to it's default values (this gives a stable platform to test from).
Then run "chkdsk /f /r" (without the quotes) from the Run dialog on the Start Menu. You'll have to answer Yes and then reboot in order for it to run.
Then, backup your data as the error report from Micrsoft states. If your hard drive is failing you may not have much time left to recover your stuff.
Then, download and run a diagnostic test from the manufacturer of your hard drive - this will give more precise results (IMO) than the built in Dell diagnostics.
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