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07 Jul 2011  

Windows 7 64b Ultimate

Hello RsCooper, welcome to SF,

Are you comfortable enough with PC's / Windows7 to do a little registry editing?
Your dmp file has info but not enough (for me, there might be smarter people out there ) To immediately identify the driver causing it because you do not have the corresponding logging on. If you would have the next dmp file would probably point directly to the culprit....

If you are.... this is what you need to try. But again,,,ONLY if you really know what you're doing, including saving your registry beforehand...

In the \\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management registry key, create or edit the TrackLockedPages value, and then set it equal to DWORD 1.
Restart the computer.

Let it BSOD, and upload dmp....
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