I cloned (Acronis) a customers old PC running XP Pro W/SP3 to a new Dell Vostro 260. It started shutting down about 4 times a day. No error messages, no warnings, just shut itself off. I have since cloned it to yet another Dell Vostro 260 to no avail. Keeps shutting down. Since it is two different, new computers I really don't think it is a hardware issue.
Dell in all their infinite wisdom decided not to publish XP drivers for this new business desktop so I have a feeling it is a driver issue. I brought the first clones Vostro back to my office and the problem presents itself a little differently here. The first day I got the temporary profile error and as soon as I logged in it just froze up. Today I got a BSOD with a BAD_POOL_CALLER. After reasearching a little it appears as though there might be a way to determing the offending driver by analyzing the .dmp files but I am a little lost as to which .dmp files and how to analyze them. Can someone help me out?