While attempting an installation of my mail client yesterday, the system crashed with the titled BSOD. I've included the analysis of the dump and a screenshot of the suspected drivers
that it seemed to complain about below.
Since the driver
that it pointed at is called a Vista driver, I imagine that it is talking about the Nvidia driver, because the download says that it is for Vista/Windows 7.
This sort of crashed has happened previously, but a bit differently. Before, it always pointed to nvlddmkm.sys, instead of to 0x124, and this time it wouldn't boot to desktop until after running chkdsk /r. It just hung at the login window, which particularly concerns me, because that indicates that it damaged something in the OS.
I've never found a solution for these types of crashes before, but I'm wondering if upgrading the video card would help, or if it is common with all Nvidia video cards?