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What could be causing these repeated BSOD's on these machines?

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I have many machine that keep getting the Blue Screen stating "Inaccessible Boot Device". At first it seemed to be just one certain brand of machine and hard drive, but lately this is no longer the case. I can run chkdsk and this fixes the problem, but in some cases I have to reapply permisions to C: drive and/or recreate the users profile before the user is back 100%. Seems easy enough, but these machines keep Blue Screening on me. I have replaced some of the drives with brand new or good used drives and in some, but not all cases the machine will Blue Screen again. May happen the next time they reboot or it may not happen for a couple of months. Totally random. This last Monday I had 8 machine go down with this same problem, many of them machines with new drives in them.

Question is: What could be causing these repeated BSOD's on these machines? I feel it may be related to the HD controllers on the Motherboard, but cannot be sure.

This may be an easy question for most of you, but I want to stop the blood flow. This problem is making my job a real pain and making me look bad! How's 250 pts sound?
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