The address that referenced the memory that faulted
Essentially, you had some application try to read memory from a place its not supposed to. This typically means either a driver error, hardware error, or (most commonly) a memory error.
I recommend running memtest86 or Windows Memory Diagnostic in order to test your RAM for errors. If that passes, then run a chkdsk to confirm the system drive is not at fault. After that, start removing hardware one by one until you find the one at fault. Its also possible the OS was installed incorrectly, though I find that less likely.