Most often this error is caused by a faulty driver. Since the VIA driver was mentioned in the BSOD, it's the logical place to start.
Be advised that this error can also be caused by bad RAM or a damaged pagefile.
Here's an article about this error: http://aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php#0xd1
First, I'd suggest that you download the latest version of the VIA drivers for your system and install them.
If you suspect your pagefile - go to Start....Run...and type in "sysdm.cpl" and press Enter. Then click on
-Advanced tab, then on
-Performance Settings button
-Virtual Memory Change button
-Then check on "No paging file" Make a note of the previous settings so that you can restore them later.
-Click OK to exit all the dialogs
-Reboot your system.
Then do it all over again and reset your pagefile to the original settings, click OK to exit all the dialogs and then reboot your system. This will recreate your pagefil.
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