Looking for someone kind enough to lend me their advice on what direction to take...
Here is the problem:
Get BSOD at random moments, have to shut down. Turn computer back on and the lights come on but it does not boot. Have to turn it back off and wait 2 - 5 minutes before turning it back on again, then it will boot up normal.
OHCI1394.sys - address BA8BAD4A base at BA8B8000, datestamp 42FD3A94..
Beginning dump of physical memory.
Physical memory dump complete
I have a FireFace800 connected through onboard 1394a firewire.
System was running smooth with no errors for a full year until the messages started coming up.
Opened case, there's a little dust in there. Will clean to see if that helps anything, could it?
Haven't tried anything else yet. Have heard that it could be RAM or CPU.
Never can predict when it's going to happen. Most of the time have audio software running (Sonar 6). Seems to usually happen when something is being recorded, but not always. At times it has run smooth for days and other times get the BSOD every 5 minutes.