Ok.. I can't do either of step 1 or 3 because I cannot boot into Windows.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I already checked the RAM. (Actually, I checked it with Memtest86+)
My question really isn't about the BSOD. I already know what the error is and more than likely why I'm getting it. My question was more as a result of the BSOD, I believe I need to replace some system files that may have been corrupted.
I know when running SFC from within Windows it logs it's data to the CBS.log. However, I am running SFC after booting to a Windows 7 Repair Disk by using this command:
"sfc /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows /scannow"
It is performing the scan and giving me the message:
"Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in the CBS.Log windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For example C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log"
Normally in this case, I would go to the CBS.log file in the above location and look for entries from SFC. However, apparently when you run SFC from the repair disk it does not create a log in that location, or any other location that I can find. I did a "dir CBS.log /s" on the "C:\" drive and on the "X:\" drive that the repair disk creates (I'm assuming it's a RAM drive.) No CBS.log is to be found. (At least not one recently modified.. there is a CBS.log file on the C: drive, but it's not been modified since April.)
So, my question primarily is how do I get a log out of SFC so that I can figure out what files to replace?