As of last week I started getting a BSOD when using Boot Camp to start my mac in Windows.
There has been no appreciable change in hardware on the machine.
I only use windows to play games, the last game to be installed was Mass Effect 3, which I was playing when the first BSOD appeared.
Since then, I have been unable to start the windows partition natively.
Because I found a few threads stating that the error that the BSOD displays might be memory related, I booted in single user mode and checked the memory using applejack.
This checked out, so there must be something else that I am doing wrong.
I can start the windows partition using VMware Fusion on the mac side, so I was able to use the dump-tool to make a dump. I hope I did this correctly.
Can someone help me figure out what I am doing wrong?
Mac Pro 2008 (3,1)
2x quad core 2.8 GHz Xeon
10 GB DDR2 FB-DIMM
ATI Radeon HD 5770
Windows is on a different disk than my boot disk, a partitioned storage disk that does not see a lot of action other than being a boot camp disk: