This is a Tohiba A205-S5880. When the machine is started in normal mode , it will logon till the welcome screen , after which I enter the User Password , immediately the machine crashes with the above Irq (Blue SCreen of Death).
The machine will boot up fine in Safe Mode and work fine without crashing .
The operating system is Windows Vista.
Steps already taken - Run a Malware scan , virus scan through safe mode
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The irq is an address that a piece of hardware uses. It sounds like it's conflicting with something. Boot in safe mode and look in "device manager" for any conflicts. To get to device manager go to Control Panel, Hardware and Sound and then Device manager.

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post the minidump; or at least the whole message for more info.
minidump in c:\windows\minidumps
dollaratpizzaAuthor Commented:
What program can i view .dmp files. Tried to download from microsoft website the debugging tool , but since the machine operates in safe mode , it won't let me install , will post the entire message from the blue screen
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dollaratpizzaAuthor Commented:
stop  0*0000000 (0*000000000 *00000002 0*000000001 0*0000820f6ef9)

Crash dump
collecting data 100
After which the machine restarts
post the dump please
dollaratpizzaAuthor Commented:
Windows NT  Version 6.0 Build: 6002 Service Pack 2
Product (0x3): Windows Vista (TM) Home Premium
Edition: HomePremium
BuildString: 6002.18209.x86fre.vistasp2_gdr.100218-0019
Flavor: Multiprocessor Free
Architecture: X86
LCID: 1033

Problem signature
Problem Event Name:      BlueScreen
OS Version:      6.0.6002.
Locale ID:      1033

Files that help describe the problem

 View a temporary copy of these files
Warning: If a virus or other security threat caused the problem, opening a copy of the files could harm your computer.

Extra information about the problem
BCCode:      a
BCP1:      00000000
BCP2:      00000002
BCP3:      00000001
BCP4:      820BDEF9
OS Version:      6_0_6002
Service Pack:      2_0
Product:      768_1
dollaratpizzaAuthor Commented:
It was an irq conflict with a Network adapter. Updated the drivers for the LAN driver
why don't you post the dump :  Mini042110-02.dmp

the problem seems to come from these files : sysdata.xml and version.txt

ifound this : from

Error Message: "The system has recovered from a serious error. C:\Windows\Minidump020404-01.dmp C:\Docume~1\Darle~1\Locals~1\Temp\Wer5E.tmp.diroo\sysdata.xml"

Solution: This error message reveals a problem with a memory dump (an inventory of the contents of computer memory; sometimes referred to as a minidump). It seems the OS created a memory dump file but forgot about it, so it's attempting to create the file again. The resulting conflict leads to a serious error and the sudden system meltdown.

The minidump error is sometimes associated with an outdated video driver (a program that facilitates communication between a hardware component and the rest of the system), so one potential solution is to download a driver update for the video card. The reader can get one by visiting the Support or Downloads area of the card manufacturer's Web site. An updated driver may take care of the problem, but regardless of whether it does, we also recommend downloading the WinXP patch that Microsoft released to combat memory dump problems. The reader can get the update by visiting 
/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3D41A046-0E2C-429F-8F40-F30014ADC3BB and clicking Download in the upper-right section of the page. Next, he should access the Windows Update site and install WinXP SP1a from the list of critical updates.

Just for good measure, the reader should take a moment to purge his system of the minidump and Sysdata.xml files by deleting them from the C:/DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS and C:/WINDOWS folders, respectively. He can restart the computer when the files are gone.
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