Verifier results aren't significant unless there's a reason found to run Driver Verifier.
This is because Driver Verifier stresses drivers
- and the stress may cause the error in a driver that works normally under Windows.
Normally STOP 0x119 errors aren't a good reason for running Driver Verifier.
But, the results are used to generally determine which one of the following is occurring:
- the 3rd party driver to replace (most likely)
- a hardware problem
- or, a Windows corruption (least likely)
We often use SFC.EXE /SCANNOW and the verification of ALL
drivers to help rule out the Windows corruption - but the emphasis is on isolating the hardware issue.
First, Memtest must be run for 5 passes as described - if any errors occur let us know.
Finally, as the last resort, we recommend reinstalling Windows in a plain vanilla installation. This is to rule out the less-likely Windows corruption. And we do that to save you money in purchasing a new video card (if the vanilla reinstallation fixes things, a new video card isn't needed).
Then, try this free video stress test: FurMark: Graphics Card Stability and Stress Test, OpenGL Benchmark and GPU Temperature | oZone3D.Net
This is because the first error (the STOP 0x119) is a video error, and the second (STOP 0xC2) is a memory error - so we want to stress the video memory in the video card to see if it fails.
This must be combined with a physical examination of the system and the video card.
Turn the system off, then unplug the system from the wall, open the case and hold onto the metal of the case with one hand.
feel around inside the case to see if anything is especially hot. Make a note of what you've felt and about how hot it was (warm, hot, or it's gonna burn my finger!)
Next, plug the computer back in (with the case still open). DO NOT
touch anything inside the case!!!
Look to see that all the fans are working and that all the airflow paths are unobstructed.
Then, point a housefan at the video card and run it to see if that decreases the crashes.