About 75% (3 out of 4 ave.) of attempts to start / boot results in BSOD right after I enter password to login into my account. The error codes are different sometimes but only one I could catch = "Bad Pool Error". I have added no new hardware.
Have tried all I could find for a solution without results. Including Pre-boot sys access 4118, sys file check, full scan for virus several times. all the usual.
I have been trying to restore Windows using the built in Dell DataSafe which should be simple but when booting I need to use the F8 key to get to advanced boot options and after trying dozens of times I just can not get the system to go to that screen. It appears that the computer is not responding to the F8 request (also tried F12). I have no disc or original Windows as it was not provided by Dell at the time so can't restore that way.
Note: my McAfee is currently disabled as part of troubleshooting but otherwise always on and current subscription.
When I am able to log on system seems to run OK for the most part but slow which may or not be related. Most attempts to update Windows fail but some do complete.
Problem starter slowly and progressively worse over 2 months. Not sure but I think it
started about time I was loading updates for Windows and loads were failing repeatedly. This feels like a virus or memory leak to me but Using all the tools I have can find nothing. Dump files attached. Thanks for any help.
System was built and purchased direct from Dell. Purchased July 2010. No modifications or upgrades have been done
Dell Inspiron 1545- Windows 7 home premium- 64 bit OS- RAM=4G.. Processor=Pentium Dual coreCPU T4500@2.30GHz