Hmm, I looked at it and it's dated from Feb 3, 2012, so it's no different than one of those which you already provided. I should've asked you to look at the timestamp for it prior to having you send it over. I apologize for wasting your time on that.
If you wish to give it another go, I recommend attempting to load Windows in safe mode, then provide the kernel dump for the crash that occurs when it tries to load Windows in safe mode. If you see that the system quickly rebooted or the bluescreen only showed up for a split second than the attempt to dump your memory to disk failed for whatever reason (could be related to that RAID/AHCI driver
As for trying to find a resolution, I recommend opening the Windows Recovery Environment from the Windows CD (not
from disk) and do a full Disk Scan
followed by an SFC Scan
. If that doesn't resolve things, you can try Fixmbr
. If that
doesn't work, then it looks like you have hardware failure. Note that before you do any
of the aforementioned steps to switch SATA mode back to IDE as it was previously.
For hardware tests, use another system to burn a UBCD
and run all self-test and basic tests on Seatools (under Drive Diagnostics) and then Video Memory Stress Test (under Peripherals). Be aware of any test results. You may wanna throw in Memtest86+ (Memory) for good measure (run it severals hours, preferably overnight).