[SOLVED!] SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION caused by ntoskrnl.exe - System is boot looping Hey BSOD wizards, I have a Windows Home Server 2011 system that just recently started BSOD boot looping as a result of something relating to the kernel (ntoskrnl.exe) which sucks because I know that kernel BSODs are pretty generic. I know that this isn't a Windows 7 machine, but I'm pretty sure we can treat it all the same since the engine/kernel is the same. I have made no changes to the system's hardware or drivers. The only thing I recently reconfigured is the native server backup function built into the WHS 2011 software which involved formatting a dedicated backup drive in the system and rerunning the backup. It ran successfully, however, which makes me wonder how it could be a possible culprit. After reaching the login prompt, the system BSODs and reboots about 90 seconds later regardless of whether I login or have it idle on the login prompt. I am, however, able to boot into Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking without having it crash. I have already ran chkdsk (which found nothing) and I also ran an SFC scan which did find some corrupted files but it did not remedy my problem. I'm pretty certain this is a software issue since it's replicatable with consistency. Attached are most of the requested goods for analysis. Look forward to everyone's input. Thanks in advance.