Here's a description of the error message: http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x8e
Most often this is a problem with a driver accessing memory (the c0000005 parameter indicates this)
Since you can boot into Safe Mode, this makes it (most likely) a driver that loads after Windows - which means it's one of a limited number of possibilities.
I presume that you're not able to boot into regular mode in Windows?
If so, you'll have to boot into Safe Mode with Networking support in order to access the internet.
To check your disk space, go to Start and click on My Computer. In the next window, right click on the hard drive(s) and select "Properties" This should give you information on the hard drives - you'll be looking to see if there's 15% or more free space.
If the free space is OK, then I'd suggest reading this link on how to perform an analysis of a memory dump file: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/blogs/usas...?showentry=1371
It looks intimidating, but just plug on through it step-by-step and it'll work fine (you won't hurt your system doing it either).
Then post the analysis back here and we'll have a look at it.
In most cases the analysis will point at the problem file (and, in this case, it's most likely a driver since you can get into Safe Mode).
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