I'm not a bsod expert. I'll throw out a couple of ideas until one of them has a chance to analyze your data.
Do you happen to recall what you installed/updated/replaced to precipitate this problem?
the vast majority of blue screen problems are caused by driver
I notice that your specs reflect that you have NOT installed SP1.
I would like for you to follow the procedure I give.
Win 7 is NOT eXPired. With Win 7 you install each and every update of every category. Win 7 is much more efficient than XP and if a service is not needed then the service will not be started. Just because an update is installed, does not mean that the code will be executing, but rather that the code will be there to be used when needed. UPDATING YOUR WIN 7
ASSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE ALL UPDATES WIN |
type WINDOWS UPDATE | ENTER | Change settings
(left-hand column) |
checkmark all four of the boxes | OK
Approve any dialog boxes presented. Let Windows install any update features. WIN
is the key with the Microsoft flag on top. INSTALL CRITICAL UPDATES
Check for Updates
critical updates. Restart
your computer (even if not prompted)
Repeat this procedure until there are no more critical updates. DO NOT TRUST
the “Windows is up to date” in center of dialog. until you see that TWICE IN A ROW! INSTALL IMPORTANT UPDATES
Use the “critical update” procedure until all important updates are installed. INSTALL OPTIONAL UPDATES
Use the “critical update” procedure until all optional updates are installed.
Under Optional updates you will be presented with a list of about 34 language updates.
You can hide those updates so that aren't continually notified of those updates. When you click on 34 optional updates are available, then you
a) highlight all of the language updates,
b) right-click anywhere in the highlighted list.
c) click on Hide Updates,
d) OK button.
UPDATE GOLDEN RULES
, yes, ALL
This is Win 7 and not Vista or XP (eXPired). UPDATE IS HUNG –TAKING FOREVER
Hung is very doubtful unless you interrupted updates. CTRL + SHIFT + ESC
key combo will pop-up the Task Manager.
Lo and behold, Windows Update is still running!
You hold down the CTRL
While holding them down, tap the ESC