System error Category (102) Event ID 1003

Over the past two weeks, my system has crashed several times. It seemed that the problem was a newly installed third-party, but after installing an update to C++, it seemed the problem was fixed.

However, my system crashed again today, and I found the following error, which I had seen before, too. Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Event Type: Error
Event Source: System Error
Event Category: (102)
Event ID: 1003
Date:  1/19/2011
Time:  3:35:49 PM

Description:
Error code 100000d1, parameter1 00000020, parameter2 00000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 a9b39520.

 

 

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Bug Check Code 0xD1

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Hope this helps, Gerry Cornell
Gerry
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Over the past two weeks, my system has crashed several times. It seemed that the problem was a newly installed third-party, but after installing an update to C++, it seemed the problem was fixed.

However, my system crashed again today, and I found the following error, which I had seen before, too. Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Event Type: Error
Event Source: System Error
Event Category: (102)
Event ID: 1003
Date:  1/19/2011
Time:  3:35:49 PM

Description:
Error code 100000d1, parameter1 00000020, parameter2 00000002, parameter3 00000000, parameter4 a9b39520.

 

This could be malware:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894278

Download, install, update, and run both of these free scanners:

     MalwareBytes Anti-Malware

     SUPERAntiSpyware

It could be bad RAM.  Download the iso image of MemTest86+ and burn it to a CD using software such as free ImgBurn (or use the USB key version)  Then boot to MemTest86+ let it run for a while.

Or it might be something else.  Configure Windows XP to create a dump (right-click My Computer > Properties > Advanced > System and Recovery Settings > ensure that "Small Memory Dump" is selected and uncheck "Automatically Restart" (which will let you see the information on the Blue Screen).  After the next crash, useBlue Screen View to see (and post here) information about what files were involved in the error.

 

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