Hi Altersol... Reason:
The cache stores important data and code. If this is corrupted, errors often occur. Software performing read or write operations to non-existent memory regions which leads to confusion for the processor. Solutions:
I give you two solutions...
1. Use the previous version of your existing driver. I give you its link... Download License Agreement | Synaptics
Replace your current driver with this one. This vista driver may support windows 7 too.
2. Decode MCE(Machine Check Exception) with this windows command line program from AMD. http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/cont...ities/MCAT.zip
This is for family 0x10 and 0x11 processors. Cautious about this! My practical solution:
If you have abode flash player installed, remove it. Now reboot and see whether the problem is coming again. Note:
The error you get is common in windows XP even for your laptop series. Windows 7 is not the reason for this error.
Hope this solves!