Today I had a BSOD on my laptop, a Dell Inspiron 1525, which happened while waking up the laptop this morning. This is the second BSOD the machine has encountered, the first was on 6/1/12 and I did nothing at the time as it was the first time.
Dell Inspiron 1525 about 4-5 years old
OS: Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit installed about 1 month ago (fresh install)
Vista was installed when purchased; have had no issues until today.
Prob Event Name: BSOD
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Local ID 1033
Additional Info (hopefully I counted the zero's right)
BSS Code 77
OS Version 6_1_7600
Service Pack 0_0
Files that help describe the problem:
A few other things that may be worth mentioning:
* I tried to find a driver
after going to Devices & Printers>Properties>Troubleshoot
* Did this after trying to print some BSOD material and noticed printer did not work
*Printer had worked fine until today (networked HPPhotosmart D7460)
* The one strange thing I have noticed since putting Win 7 on the laptop that had not happened prior was that randomly, throughout the day, the system will, for a split second, minimize whatever you are working in and go to the home screen, then a few seconds lator go back to what you were working on. Sort of like a flash on a camera.
*When I saw the "files that might help describe" shown above, the second looked related to temperature. When this happend the laptop had been on for several days and may have been hot. Can see this overheating the laptop but not affecting the printer.
* Other than not being able to print (even though the printer still shows but just shows as offline and unable to correct) the laptop is running as normal (have been using it all day on the net and MS Office functions).
That is all I can think of to go on at this point. I have attached the requested files and appreciate in advance any help to correct this.