BSOD - win32.sys

Hi. Todayu ive had 2 BSOD's both caused by driver win32k.sys caused by the adress "win32k.sys+c6373"

I have uploaded the dumps here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dm8ohx9lgun6z08/BSODS.zip
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  1. Many blue screens errors are caused by disk errors.
    Disk errors can be corrected using CHKDSK /R
    Google what to do and you may find this fixes the problem.
  2. dark_lord69 said:
    Many blue screens errors are caused by disk errors.
    Disk errors can be corrected using CHKDSK /R
    Google what to do and you may find this fixes the problem.


    Am i OK to do it on an SSD? OCZ Vertex 4.
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