|Microsoft has a a tool to help read dump logs. See also your event viewer logs for more clues. |
I'd suspect a driver based on the first number but it could be also a result of some hardware problem.
Did it ever work correctly? If so consider a "restore point" to a time when it worked. See help and support pages for how to use a restore point.
It may be that some hardware diags may find some issue if it is a memory related deal. Use microsoft's memory diagnostic to test.
Last ditch would be a clean install from OEM sources and only install drivers that are (what do that call that like qos or vhos or something like certified)
Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT?