Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death

This is a subsequent question to one that I thought was resolved last week.

I am running Windows 7 Pro, 64-bit on my Lenovo laptop.  I never had any trouble with Windows 7 until yesterday, when I had a problem that ultimately lead to an elevated Windows tech support reinstalling the operating system.  Almost immediately, and every 4-6 hours since, my system started crashing with the "blue screen of death" that I thought had been relegated to the anals of history.   Thanks to you experts, I was able to update all of my drivers and peripherals, which seemed to solve the problem.  Unfortunately, though it has gotten much better I am still experiencing crashes every day or so.

Attached are minidump files from a couple of recent crashes, which hopefully you can use to diagnose the problem.


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Ess KayEntrapenuerCommented:
you problem is BAD RAM

You het some time of use, once ram hits the bad sector, your computer buggs out.

Replace RAM, get it from COSTCO(they have 90 day return policy)

if it precists, then its the SDD or motherboard, but I'm 99% sure its the RAM
Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
To check whether memory is the issue you can download Memtest86 and check your memory. Download is here:

Available as installer for USB key or bootable ISO (CD).
philsimmonsAuthor Commented:
Checked the RAM.  It's fine.  Any other ideas?

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Could be a framework driver,try downloading the latest .net.
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
the dump shows a problem with the kernel-mode driver framework runtime

Unable to load image Wdf01000.sys, Win32 error 0n2
Probably caused by : Wdf01000.sys ( Wdf01000+b505 )
philsimmonsAuthor Commented:
How do I do that?   Were you able to look at the minidump files?

Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
that output came from the dump file you uploaded
philsimmonsAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry, my question related to the suggestion that I try updating my framework driver... how do I do that?
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
kernel-mode driver framework is related to kernel-mode device drivers for the operating system; has nothing to do with .net framework which is used for developing windows applications for various platforms (windows phone, azure, etc.)

it was previously known as windows driver model which dates back to the 90's

you probably have a device driver somewhere that's not playing nice
Crash dmp points to TeeDriverx64.sys

Go to enter you model number and check for Intel Management Engine Interface

Download and install the latest version of Intel Management Engine Interface driver and your issue will be resolved.

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You can also download it from intel website...just make sure you have the latest version of this driver.

Also check windows update might get it under optional update....install it if it is available in windows updates.


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