Windows 7 Blue Screen STOP 0x00000109

Hello, I have a windows 7 box that keeps rebooting and will not down load anything. The box reboots to the STOP Screen. I have applied the fix for the suspected MS13-036 security patch problem and it sill does the same thing.

Any ideas, I was trying to make a system image, bot I get an error there as well...The back Up failed...One of the backup files could not be created (0x8078002A)

Additional Information:
The request could not be preformed because of an I/O device error. (0x8007045D)

Trying not to have to wipe it clean and start over

Thanks J
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
Can you boot into Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking?  

Also, if so have you updated any drivers recently?

If you have then try rolling them back.

At this point the first thing I'd do is slave your HD off of another computer and copy all of your data so that you have a backup of it.

If after trying to troubleshoot this due to drivers, hardware, etc. and you haven't found a resoultion in 2 hrs.  My suggestion would be to wipe the drive and do a fresh install.  I know you are trying to avoid this but you could spend days trying to fix the problem and never get there.
Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
You might also consider downloading the Ultimate Boot CD and running the hardware diagnostics on it to make sure your gear is good.
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Try using command line and fix disk errors  use chkdsk c: /f /x      where c: is your hard disk, run the scan twice and if you cannot run the disk scan, you need a new drive.

Good luck
Mike RoeCommented:
Can you post a memory dump here from the computer if you do get access to the drive.

Mini Memory dump is usually in C:\Windows\minidump or %SystemRoot%\minidump

Full dump is in C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP or %SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP
johnsenecalAuthor Commented:
Well, even after putting the PC back to factory defaults the problem stayed... new HD on the way...thanks all

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johnsenecalAuthor Commented:
Gave up and put in a new hard drive
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