If a memory dump is generated and stored on the hard drive (this depends on exactly where in the boot process the BSOD occurs), you can use a Live Linux CD or a copy of the Ultimate Boot CD to copy it to removable media and analyze it on another system.
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A kernel mode program generated an exception which the error handler didnít catch. These are nearly always hardware compatibility issues (which sometimes means a driver issue or a need for a BIOS upgrade).
This means, IMO, that there's a hardware problem, a driver problem, or a BIOS issue. If there were no significant changes to the system recently, my first thought would be a corrupted driver caused by malware. To confirm/dispute this, slave the drive to another system with a good, updated antivirus program and scan it there.
While it's slaved, it'd be a good idea to run a manufacturer's diagnostic on the hard drive also. Another run of chkdsk /r (to see if errors are being re-generated frequently) may help in diagnosing it.
Once the hard drive diagnostic, the chkdsk /r, the FIXMBR and FIXBOOT are run - there's not much else that would stop a system from at least booting to the Safe Mode screen (and being able to select something there). If it still doesn't do this, then I'd wonder about a hardware failure. You may want to flash the BIOS at this point - but be very, very careful! If the flash goes wrong it can hose the entire system.
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