I have a Windows 7 32bit professional OS running on HP Compaq 6000 pro that randomly reboots itself with BSOD 0x000000f4 (0x00000003, 0x870c9030, 0x870c919c, 0x82c6ad50) I have mini dump available

I have a Windows 7 32bit professional OS running on HP Compaq 6000 pro that randomly reboots itself with BSOD 0x000000f4 (0x00000003, 0x870c9030, 0x870c919c, 0x82c6ad50) I have mini dump available.  This doesn't happen daily but often enough.  I also have the same issue on other machines running Win7 32bit Enterprise oh same machine type.  I also have event logs if that will be helpful.  
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Microsoft has something here:

Did the system come with Windows 7? Have you tried loading the restore CD?
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
can you post some mini.dmp's?
Joec212000Author Commented:
@ theonlyallan - The system did not come with windows 7 it was loaded it was loaded from DVD.
@hopeleonie - I have loaded the latest dump file as a txt file, if you rename it to *.dmp you will have the dump file

I've seen that MS article before, unfortunately it was no help.  The SATA cable is already in the Master position on the mother board.
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Do you have access to the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset? If you have, try to make a full dump and use the crash analyzer find the problem.
Joec212000Author Commented:
I don't have access to it right now, but I am working on it.  Our organization has an Enterprise agreement and we should be able to download it.  I will let you know what I find from that.  Otherwise are there any other suggestions out there?
Have you ever tried diagnosing your RAM for memory problems? You can test your RAM by getting a copy of Memtest86+ @ http://www.memtest.org/#downiso
Joec212000Author Commented:
I have this issue on multiple computers, these computers are brand new so I doubt it is the RAM.  But thanks.
I had this problem with faulty drivers and som IPSEC software.
Joec212000Author Commented:
@mkuehnqoe - I was thinking it could be a driver as well, what driver was it in your case?
I had a problem with the SHREW IPSEC Client and with some older realtek drivers. And I think there was a problem with widcom bluetooth drivers as well..
If you can get the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset it is easy. The crashdump analyzer is pure magic.
I had a similar BSOD: W7 on a small form factor HP PC. It was due over heating.
A fan upgrade solved my problem.

If you can, you could try to keep the PC open and see if the BSOD occures
Joec212000Author Commented:
Thanks for the assistance but it turns out it was the Symantec Endpoint Protection software.  I've removed that and the system has been stable for the past few days.  We were running version RU4 and we need RU5 for windows 7.

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