I had 2 problems with a BSOD that I could not find the specific 0xf79f1528 octet in any searches. The most recent I was able to solve and hope my solution will be of help to others.
The problem was with the USB port on the front panel: a USB mouse had been removed, taking the housing of the USB port with it. My client forgot to mention it to me... Once I removed the USB front panel connection from the motherboard, the PC booted fine.
First post - hope it helps!
Cobalt in Palm Springs
STOP: 7B 0xf79f1528 That's f ONE five two eight