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Need help diagnosing BSOD

This is frustrating the heck out of me, especially since my system seems to be solid otherwise. Once in a while, while trying to reboot (swirly goes round and round), my system will BSOD (swirly freezes) into a watchdog error. BlueScreenView shows that it's caused by hal.dll+22e94, with the crash address being ntoskrnl.exe+7a740. The bug check code is 0x00000133.

Is there anyone who can help me find the problem driver? How do I go about finding and posting the minidump?
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    Hi,

    This BSOD generally occurs due to some errors in the hard disk or sometimes because of inappropriate wireless LAN card drivers installed in the computer. To resolve this issue, restart the computer in safe mode and check your hard disk for errors. If the problem persists, try to remove or update your wireless LAN card drivers. Follow the link given below for step-by-step instructions.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1656392/fix-dpc-watchdog-violation-error-windows.html

    Hope this helps.
  2. Has this system been overclocked in any manner?
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