As a generel rule of thumb, if should be somewhat safe to say most lockups, random reboots, shut downs are caused by
Also a BSOD most often is a sign of failing hardware.
All this is not always so and the kind of freeze you experience, would make me think only the RAM could be responsible.
You could try run memtest86. Run it when you don't need to access the laptop, during the night or something, since it can take a long time to finish. See if it goes through without problems.
The BSOD is an error code, as you can see. This error code is the only number that would any sence to anybody and it's the number you would want to paste in google, ms knowledge base or whereever else you deem appropriate to searh for info on it.
The last 4 sets of codes are an adress in your system of that specific hardware/software that is responsible for the crash.
Since you cannot say when you started having this problem, I also assume that you have no clue as to what the cause of your distress. Your not playing games, running high video demand software, clicking on a file.
You see where I'm going.
This is the best advice I can think off for the moment.
Here is a short description of the BSOD.http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x7e
Edited by nightspydk, 25 November 2007 - 05:31 AM.