Since you do not mention when you have a BSOD (on startup or during a session) i'll give you 2 possible solutions you would maybe like to try;
first in case of a BSOD during a session (and you are able to login still)
Goto Start->My Computer->right click properties-> System security (or something alike, please forgive me my translation)->Advanced TAB->Startup and recovery-> and on that tab something like Startup and recoverysettings. Deselect "restart computer automatically" (so leave it blanc).
If you have a BSOD on startup (and so you are not able to change the settings mentioned above) my personal trick is to use a camcorder. But maybe there are some seniors arround here (i know at least 1 who might be able to get you out of Trouble )who knows a more conviniant trick
O, PS: Sometimes it even helps to hit the Pause key on your keyboard. But then again you will have to be very fast.
Sorry I must have sent the wrong minidump file. I got rid of the AV virus checker and installed MSE a couple of weeks ago.
Everything is OK at the moment so I shall wait for another BSOD and try to get the right minidump file
I am back again but this time with the correct minidump file. This time I was absent when the machine shut down and rebooted. Although it is set not to reboot at the BSOD it did so I have no idea of the cause. The connection was via a cable modem and I was not on line to any web pages or e-mail servers.
I am using Win 7 64 bit and using MSE as the virus checker.
View attachment 092110-24102-01.zip
This is another 0x124 stop and only ~15% drivers able to be shown.
Highly suggest updating the Intel Matrix Storage driver from either Intel or your motherboard websites.
iaStor iaStor.sys Thu Jun 04 21:53:40 2009
It's is very likely going to need a clean "Vanilla" install of Windows to troubleshoot and/or repair, if it is even possible without new hardware...as it is very likely something defective but not 100%.
Update the motherboard bios to latest as well. If these bsods continue, then follow this resource about how to proceed in dealing with them: