Stop Error 0x0000007e .... blue screen error

I am getting the following Blue Screen Error message on my Windows XP MC
Stop Error: 0x0000007e (0x0000005, 0xb9525ff4, 0xb95c3aa8, 0xb95c37a4)
Then it dumps the Physical Memory to the Hard disk.
I get it occasionally, but it is very disruptive.

MiniDump Files Located at
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Have you seen the following articles:
Most often caused by a driver issue, or insufficient hard drive space. I assume you can determine the latter quickly. Can you boot to safe mode with no issues? If so it would likely confirm it is a driver issue.
QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
1. Wrong board here ...
2. have a look at Microsoft KB Article KB330182 (
EazyWorksAuthor Commented:
I have 80GB of free space and the Blue screen seems to come out of no where. I have not gotten the blue screen in a while but I ran across

I am hoping the same Expert Can analyze my mini-Dump Files. Also if any one can give me a quick article on how to analyze them.

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Rob WilliamsCommented:
cpc2004 has an e-mail posted on his/her profile. You can send them a link to your question. (Purpose of the e-mail address is not for asking questions directly)

Are there any errors in the event viewer? There should be one corresponding to the "dump". Check just prior to that time for any application, hardware, or driver issues.
I will check this dmp file and post my findings
Found your problem this was from dmp file 2-7-2007
Probably caused by : tmcomm.sys ( tmcomm+9cf0 )

Trend Micro

Invalid system memory was referenced.  This cannot be protected by try-except,
it must be protected by a Probe.  Typically the address is just plain bad or it
is pointing at freed memory.

Crash file from  3-1-2007 was the same result as 2-7-2007

Crash File from  3-4-2007 pointed to an issue with


 which is related to Sonic DLA package that is included with Sonic Record

I would uninstall both products and do a reinstall
So this is the source of these blue screens any more problems please repost

So uninstall
Any TrendMicro products and reinstall
Same with Sonic Record, I prefer Nero over Sonic anyday, IMHO
EazyWorksAuthor Commented:
The trend Micro is also causing the Issue?
And how do you analyze the miniDump file?
Read this
This is a tutorial Made by Major Geeks, thanks to them

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EazyWorksAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all the comments I should get to the testing this weekend and will award points then.
Thanks Again
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