BSOD - 0x8240b000

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    Vista Home Premium 32-bit

    BSOD - 0x8240b000

    When I try to shut down the computer, from time to time I get a blue screen. Now I opened Lightroom whilst I had Photoshop open, I had just closed 20+ windows in Chrome and I got the screen.
    I have backed up the entire computer, I am in the middle of a large design job and would if possible fix it without having to re-install windows.

    I have zipped up and attached the .dmp files.

    I spent the last hour going from site to site trying to work out how to fix it, this forum seems the best at providing fixes, hope someone here can help.

    Let me know if I need to give you anymore information, I filled out my system details when I registered as well.

    I also done kd> !analyze -v
    Then it lists out a lot more information.
    I'm not going to pretend I understand what any of all this means, look forward to hearing what everyone thinks and hopefully (touch wood) how to fix it :)

    Thank you, Kind Regards, John
    Last edited by joroco; 01 Jun 2014 at 15:39. Reason: UPDATE
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  2. Posts : 2
    Vista Home Premium 32-bit
    Thread Starter

    quick update, I got to System Information and Windows Error Reporting and around the time of the last blue screen it said RADAR_PRE_LEAK_32 - Memory leak from what I can find on google. Not sure if that is helpful or not? Seems like most of the problems listed there are the above, the other is Wacom Tablet, rundll32.exe
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