|That seems to be a hardware issue. If you bought it as an OEM system (from Dell, HP, Compaq etc.) you need to talk to their tech support as something quite possibly need to be replaced.|
What processor do you have? Apperantly this error (0x00000101) is a known bug in certain Nehalem Intel processors. I saw a couple hotfix links out there whether they work or not, but they were for Windows Server '08 and not Windows 7.
Make sure all your drivers are updated, and please post your system specs.
As it seems the causes can vary, but most sites I went to identified it as a failure in one of the cores in a multi-core/ multi-processor system and the only real way to fix it is to replace the processor.
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