I have had at least 3 BSOD, since waking up this morning. It has happened, maybe once or twice in the past week. I have not recently added any new software. I have added a new video card and 1 gig, making now 2 gigs, of memory approximately 2 weeks ago.
From Computer Mgmt:
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 51
Symbolic Name: IO_WARNING_PAGING_FAILURE
Message: An error was detected on device %1 during a paging operation.
I have used the "almost brand new" cdrom for awhile now.
I have had Event ID 3, 4, 20, 51, 1101, 4374, 4375, 4385, 12290 and etc.
I'm using Vista Business.
I don't know what all to include, but if you ask, I will let you know.
I ran the compatibility advisor before installing Vista Business. My video card was not compatible, so I went shopping for one that was. My psu was sufficient, according to the information I found online, but I bought one the other day. I will be replacing the old psu tomorrow or Monday.
Well, I should be getting the psu replacement, 24 pin connector for a 20 pin ATX power connector, today or tomorrow and installing a day later.
After some "intense" detective work, the culprit causing the B. S. O. D., was Webroot Spysweeper. Webroot Spysweeper had a compatibility issue with Vista or Vista had a compatibility problem with Webroot Spysweeper. Anyway, no recent B. S. O. D.