Posted 29 April 2010 - 11:42 AM
This error code, according to MS, is caused by a flawed device driver. However, it could have been caused by software. Do as Broni suggested, boot into Safe Mode and disable the programs/services as he described, reboot and see if there is any improvement.
If there is no improvement, boot into Safe Mode with Networking, download, install, update and run Malwarebytes... If it finds anything, remove the viruses and reboot into normal mode to check for improvement..
If no viruses are found, power off the computer, open up the case and look inside for dust. If there is dust, get a can of compressed air and thoroughly clean out the system. While your at it, pull the ram modules out and reseat them. Pull all power connections and reseat them as well.... Reboot and check for improvement..
If no joy yet, download MebTest86, burn the ISO file to a CD using Image Burn (Image burn is free). Download Image Burn, install it, when you run it, select "burn image to disc" and select the ISO Memtest86 file to burn it to disc...
Leave the disc in the computer (make sure the system is able to boot from the CD drive) reboot the computer and memtest86 will automatically boot up and run.. Let it run for a couple of hours... If it indicate that there are "errors", then you have found the culprit of your problem.. Then you'll have to order some new, compatible memory..
Do your part and SANITIZE. Keep your computer virus-free.