I have a HP desktop that I have had for two years. My build was a dual boot of Windows 7 Ultimate and Linux Ubuntu. My boot loader was grub. However, my girlfriend got a new job working from home. She has to provide her own PC for work use. I decided to format my 1 TB HDD and go back to Windows 7 ultimate and not have a dual boot with linux.
I spent a better part of the day formatting and re-installing windows followed by all the software I had to load back on. I have received two reboots today that were BSOD. My pc was set to reboot after so long on a BSOD. I haven't caught either BSOD in action. I know I am receiving them because of the two DMP files in my minidump folder and a message stating that windows has recovered from a serious error. I have downloaded the program to grab all necessary info about my machine and the DMP files from the BSOD.
I am attaching the files that I have pulled from the program. If anyone could shed some light onto why I am getting theses BSOD's I would appreciate it.