The STOP 0x19 (shorthand for your last error) is a difficult error to troubleshoot. Here's a description of it: http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x19
As corrupt device drivers are the most common reason for this - Have you installed any new hardware recently, or have you updated the drivers for your hardware recently? Further analysis of the memory dump may reveal the cause. Search your hard drive for files ending in .dmp and .mdmp that occurred around the time of the STOP 0x19 error - if you find it, try this link to generate an analysis and post the results back here: http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35246
Other things that can cause this error are:
- hard drive errors (either of the file system or the physical structure of the disk) You can check this by running chkdsk /f /r from the command prompt - and then reboot to let it run. The physical structure of the disk can be checked with a free diagnostic available at the web site of the manufacturer of your hard drive.
- issues with your router - depends on what you've got for a router (or, if you even have one!) Let us know the make and model and we'll see what we can dredge up.
- Memory issues (not a primary suspect, but worth checking just-in-case). You can download and run a free memory test from here: http://www.memtest86.com/
Also, you may want to reset your pagefile (in case that's the memory that may have caused the error) - here's directions for it (Step 2 in this post): http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/ind...st&p=389845
Now, to further complicate things is the first error - which points to both the .NET framework v2.0 and your ATI Catalyst Control Center. Try uninstalling both of these. The download and install the latest versions available at the manufacturer's website. This will most likely fix the first error - but it may/may not be related to the 3rd error. So it remains to be seen if it's the cause or not.
The second error is about your Acronis Scheduler. It says the service couldn't start because it couldn't find the path to the Acronis Scheduler service file. Since this usually occurs at startup, I'd suspect that the first error was also a startup error (to be sure we'd need the time stamps on the error messages) - but that still leaves the timing of the 3rd error in question.
So, after all this, my actual questions are:
- What are the time stamps of these errors?
- Do they repeat in a predictable pattern of some sort?
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